Visualize Information with Charts

Intermediate

If a picture is worth a thousand words, why are you writing so much? Charts are a great way to convey complex data in a meaningful visual format. In fact, studies have proven conclusively that readers will look at a chart and trust it before they will the accompanying data. Once you know a few tricks, you’ll learn it’s easy to create informational charts in Excel. Plus, all of these tools also work in Word and PowerPoint!

  1. Get the Selection Right to Get the Right Chart
  2. Create Charts with the Quick Analysis Tool
  3. Move and Resize Charts
  4. Complex Selections for Charts
  5. Inserting Charts from the Insert Tab
  6. Edit the Chart Data
  7. Filtering a Chart
  8. Changing the Chart Type
  9. Chart Layouts
  10. Changing Chart Colors

Class Length: 1 hour. Can include up to 50 attendees in one session.