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Working with Chart Titles
FIGURE 12.15
Task pane options are organized as shown here.
First, click one of
these categories
of options.
Second, click
one of the icons.
Third, click a heading
to expand the options
under it.
In some cases, the task pane contains only standard formatting controls that you would
fi nd for any object, such as Border, Fill, Shadow, Glow, Alignment, and so on. These controls
should already be very familiar to you from Chapter 9, “Drawing and Formatting Objects.”
In other cases, in addition to the standard formatting types, there is also a unique section
that contains extra options that are specifi c to the content type. For example, there is a
Legend Options section in which you can set the position of a legend.
The following sections look at each of the chart elements more closely. These sections
will not dwell on the basic formatting that you can apply to them (fonts, sizes, borders,
fi lls, and so on) because this formatting is the same for all of them, as it is with any other
object. Instead, they concentrate on the options that make each chart element different.
Working with Chart Titles
A chart title is text that typically appears above the chart — and sometimes overlapping it
— and indicates what the chart represents. Although you would usually want either a chart
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