Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Key Points
You can use charts to summarize large sets of data in an easy-to-follow visual format.
You’re not stuck with the chart you create; if you want to change it, you can.
If you format many of your charts the same way, creating a chart template can save
you a lot of work in the future.
Adding chart labels and a legend makes your chart much easier to follow.
If your chart data represents a series of events over time (such as monthly or
yearly sales), you can use trendline analysis to extrapolate future events based
on the past data.
With sparklines, which are new in Excel 2010, you can summarize your data in a
compact space, providing valuable context for values in your worksheets.
With a PivotChart, you can rearrange your chart on the fly, emphasizing different
aspects of the same data without having to create a new chart for each view.
With Excel, you can quickly create and modify common business and organizational
diagrams, such as organization charts and process diagrams.
You can create and modify shapes to enhance your workbook’s visual impact.
The improved equation editing capabilities help Excel 2010 users communicate
their thinking to their colleagues.
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