Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Changing the Sheet Tab Names
Changing the Sheet Tab Names
BTW
Exploding a Pie Chart
If you want to draw attention
to a particular slice in a pie
chart, you can offset the slice
so that it stands out from the
rest. A pie chart with one or
more slices offset is referred
to as an exploded pie chart.
To offset a slice, tap or click
the slice two times to select
it (do not double-tap or
double-click) and then drag
the slice outward.
The sheet tabs at the bottom of the window allow you to view any worksheet in the
workbook. You tap or click the sheet tab of the worksheet you want to view in the
Excel window. By default, Excel presets the names of the worksheets to Sheet1, Sheet2,
and so on. The worksheet names become increasingly important as you move toward
more sophisticated workbooks, especially workbooks in which you reference cells
between worksheets.
1 ENTER TEXT | 2 CALCULATE SUMS & USE FORMULAS | 3 SAVE WORKBOOK | 4 FORMAT TEXT
5 INSERT CHART | 6 NAME TAB | 7 PREVIEW & PRINT WORKSHEET
To Move a Chart to a New Sheet
Why? By moving a chart to its own sheet, the size will increase, which allows better viewing. The following steps
move the 3-D pie chart to a chart sheet named, Monthly Expenses.
1
Tap or click the Move Chart button (CHART TOOLS DESIGN tab | Location group) to display the Move Chart dialog
box (Figure 1– 61).
Move Chart
button
Move Chart
dialog box
New sheet
option button
New sheet
text box
OK button
Figure 1– 61
 
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