By Reinhold Scheck
Extend your Excel 2007 skills—and create more-powerful and compelling charts in much less time. Guided through an Excel professional, you’ll find out how to flip flat, static charts into dynamic solutions—where you could visualize and manage information numerous methods with an easy mouse click on. Get the hands-on perform and examples you want to produce your personal, professional-quality effects. No programming required!
Maximize the effect of your rules and knowledge!
- Learn how your layout judgements impact belief and comprehension
- Match the ideal chart sort for your verbal exchange aim
- Visualize—then build—your answer utilizing the author’s five-step process
- Apply the technological know-how of colour to make the suitable issues pop
- Add controls—such as drop-down lists and scroll bars—without coding
- Use conditional formatting to dynamically spotlight and examine information
- Unleash your chart-making creativity—and deliver numbers to existence!
- More than a hundred and fifty pattern, customizable charts for numerous enterprise eventualities
- Helpful worksheets and activity aids
- Bonus content material and assets
- Fully searchable publication
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The chart is dynamic. In other words, it can show any of the six data series from the data source as the user wishes. I’ll now explain exactly how this is done. The INDEX Function Open the Function 1 INDEX worksheet in the sample file. As you know from Chapter 1, entering a number between 1 and 6 in cell C14 inserts corresponding source data series inserted into the chart basis and incorporates them into the chart. Note on the terminology used in this book: An Excel function is an instruction to the program to perform a calculation.
Basic Approach n 37 o With the resources of the Labels group, you have different types of access to those elements that were already introduced further above under the Labels subheading, namely, chart title, axis title, legend, data labels, and data table. o You use the commands in the Axes group to set the basic settings for axes and gridlines. o The command buttons in the Background group affect the plot area and, if they exist, the elements of 3D charts. o The Analysis group supports you when you want to work with trendlines, drop lines, high-low lines, up/down bars, and error bars.
In this case, you may create two or more sets of master data from various sources. But that's not always enough. Some of the primary source data may need to be edited or supplemented manually. Possible reasons for this include the following: n Planning data does not exist or is incomplete. Or, it does exist but its degree of aggregation differs from the actual data. n The actual data you require isn't available at the specific time you need to report on it. n The data required isn't available in a database that can be queried because it hasn't been managed and maintained in this way, or because of (actual or alleged) technical problems.