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STEP 3: ADD THE CHART TO THE CUSTOM CHART TYPE GALLERY
5. Double-click on any of the data labels. In the Font tab of the Format Data
Labels dialog box, turn off the Auto scale option and set the font to 9-point
Arial, Bold.
All that remains is the Chart Area.
1. Double-click the background area of the chart to display the Format Chart
Area dialog box.
2. Select the Patterns tab and click Fill Effects. In the Fill Effects dialog box,
click the Texture tab and choose the first Texture choice. Close the Fill
Effects dialog box to return to the Format Chart Area dialog box.
3. In the Patterns tab, choose the Shadow and Round corners option.
4. Close the dialog box and take a look at your efforts, which should resemble
Figure 2-30.
At this point, you may want to do some fine-tuning of the plot area size and
position to ensure that all the elements are nicely balanced.
Figure 2-30: The chart, after the formatting is finished
STEP 3: ADD THE CHART TO THE CUSTOM CHART TYPE GALLERY
When you’re satisfied with the look of the chart, add it to the custom chart type
gallery.
1. Make sure that the chart is selected.
2. Choose Chart
Chart Type to display the Chart Type dialog box.
3. Select the Custom Types tab.
4. Choose the User-Defined option.
5. Click the Add button and you’ll see the Add Custom Chart Type dialog box.
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