Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Editing a Chart
Figure 10-4:
The Chart
Tools tab
appears
so you can
modify a
chart after
you
create it.
Editing a Chart
After you create a chart, you may want to edit it. Editing a chart can mean
moving it to a new location, changing the data source (the numbers that
Excel uses to create the chart), modifying parts of the chart itself (such as
switching to a different chart type), or editing text (such as the chart title or
legend).
Moving a chart on a worksheet
When you create a chart, Excel plops it right on your displayed spreadsheet,
which may not be exactly where you want it to appear. Excel gives you the
option of moving a chart to a different place on the current worksheet page
or on a different worksheet page altogether.
To move a chart to a different location on the same worksheet, follow these
steps:
1. Move the mouse pointer over the border of the chart until the mouse
pointer turns into a four-way pointing arrow.
2. Hold down the left mouse button and drag (move) the mouse.
The chart moves with the mouse.
3. Move the chart where you want it to appear and release the left mouse
button.
 
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