To use Microsoft Excel's graphing program, create a list of data, highlight the data, click on "Insert," and select the type of chart to be created. Use bar graphs, pie charts or line graphs in Microsoft Excel with instructions from a computer programmer in this free video on Microsoft Excel.
Hi, my name is Dave Andrews and today I'm going to tell you what is Microsoft's Excel's Graphic. Let's open up Excel by going to our Windows box. I'm going to click on start menu; go to all programs; let's open up Office Excel. Now what we're going to do is we're going to put some data in here and then I'm going to show you about Excel's Graphing. I'm just going to type in some employees as well as their number of sales. So here I have some employees and their sales, kind of built in on spreadsheet kind of format. To use charts in Microsoft Excel, just highlight our data that we'd like to make a chart out of and go to insert and then we can either use this drop-down to select the type of chart I want to use or you can actually click on the icon which basically pulls down the exact same menu. So, I'm going to select a column that chart that I like to create. As you can see a chart has just been created in Excel based upon the data that I've typed in. Sales are going up here and employees are going across. You can do a simple bar chart; you can also insert a pie chart and it's all built in to Microsoft Excel and it's all very easy to use. There is your sales chart in pie format. My name is Dave Andrews and I've just showed you how to use Microsoft Excel's Charting.
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