For some time now, charting data in Excel has become not only simple but also automated to the extent that you can easily go from a tabular spreadsheet to a comprehensive area, bar, line, or pie chart in no time with a few well-contemplated mouse clicks. Then as you edit the data in your spreadsheet, Excel automatically makes corresponding changes to your charts and graphs.
That’s not the end of the program’s charting magic, though. You can, for example, change the chart or graph type at any point, as well as edit color schemes, the perspective (2D, 3D, and so on), swap axis, and much, much more.
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