Excel charts are an efficient means to visualize the data to convey the results. In addition to the chart types that are available in Excel, some application charts are popular and widely used. In this tutorial, you will learn about these advanced charts and how you can create them in Excel.

This guide targets people who want to use graphs or charts in presentations and help people understand data quickly. Whether you want to make a comparison, show a relationship, or highlight a trend, these charts help your audience “see” what you are talking about.

Among its many features, Microsoft Excel enables you to incorporate charts, providing a way to add visual appeal to your business reports.

Before you proceed with this tutorial, we are assuming that you are already aware of the basics of Microsoft Excel charts. If you are not well aware of these concepts, then we will suggest you to go through our short tutorial on Excel charts.

Course Content

Advanced Excel Charts Tutorial
Advanced Excel Charts Home
Advanced Excel Introduction
Advanced Excel Waterfall Chart
Advanced Excel Band Chart
Advanced Excel Gantt Chart
Advanced Excel Thermometer
Advanced Excel Gauge Chart
Advanced Excel Bullet Chart
Advanced Excel Funnel Chart
Advanced Excel Waffle Chart
Advanced Excel Charts Heat Map
Advanced Excel Step Chart
Box and Whisker Chart
Advanced Excel Charts Histogram
Advanced Excel Pareto Chart
Advanced Excel Organization Chart
Advanced Excel Charts Quick Guide
Advanced Excel Charts Resources
Advanced Excel Charts Discussion

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