A chart is a tool you can use in Excel to communicate data graphically. Charts allow your audience to see the meaning behind the numbers, and they make showing comparisons and trends much easier. In this tutorial, you will learn how to insert charts and modify them so they communicate information effectively. Each of Excel's 12 chart types has different features that make them better suited for specific tasks. Pairing a chart with its correct data style will make the information easier to understand, enhancing the communication within your small business.

Graphs or charts help people understand data quickly. Whether you want to make a comparison, show a relationship or highlight a trend, they 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 start proceeding with this tutorial, we are assuming that you are already aware of the basics of Microsoft Excel. If you are not well aware of these concepts, then we will suggest you to go through our short tutorials on Excel.

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Excel Charts Tutorial
Excel Charts Home
Excel Charts Introduction
Excel Charts Creating Charts
Excel Charts Types
Excel Charts Column Chart
Excel Charts Line Chart
Excel Charts Pie Chart
Excel Charts Doughnut Chart
Excel Charts Bar Chart
Excel Charts Area Chart
Excel Charts Scatter (X Y) Chart
Excel Charts Bubble Chart
Excel Charts Stock Chart
Excel Charts Surface Chart
Excel Charts Radar Chart
Excel Charts Combo Chart
Excel Charts Chart Elements
Excel Charts Chart Styles
Excel Charts Chart Filters
Excel Charts Fine Tuning
Excel Charts Design Tools
Excel Charts Quick Formatting
Excel Charts Aesthetic Data Labels
Excel Charts Format Tools
Excel Charts Sparklines
Excel Charts PivotCharts
Excel Charts Quick Guide
Excel Charts Useful Resources
Excel Charts Discussion

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