Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Session 4.1
Exploding a pie slice
Figure 4-19
data range used in the chart
indicates the data se ries
currently selected
You have created the two charts that Alicia wanted, so you can save your work and then
close the workbook and Excel.
4. Save your changes to the workbook, and then close it.
Rotating the pie and exploding a pie slice are both examples of formatting the appear-
ance of an Excel chart after it has been created with the Chart Wizard. In the next session,
you will learn about the other tools available that you can use to format the charts that
you create.
Session 4.1 Quick Check
1. What is the difference between a chart type and a chart sub-type?
2. Which chart would you most likely use to track the daily values of a stock?
3. What is a data series?
4. What is the difference between the plot area and the chart area?
5. What are gridlines?
6. Describe the two types of chart locations.
7. A chart that shows the relative contribution of each data value to the whole is called
a(n) chart.
8. A pie chart in which all slices are separated from one another is called a(n)
chart.
Review
To reinforce the tasks you
learned in this session,
go to the SAM 2003
Training Companion CD
included with this text.
 
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