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Working with Charts

Unit D: Working with Charts

X-axis QST tour countries are on the horizontal axis
Y-axis Expense dollar amounts are on the vertical axis
Category axis Often contains the names of data groups
value axis Often contains numerical values that help you interpret the size of chart elements.
plot area The area inside the horizontal and vertical axes is the plot area
tick marks Vertical axis
gridlines Creates a scale of measure for each value
data point Each value in a cell you select for your chart is a data point
data marker Visually represents each data point
data series A collection of related data points is a data series
legend To make it easy to identify them
sizing handles The small series of dots at the corners and sides of the charts border
chart sheet A sheet in a workbook that contains only a chart that is linked to the workbook data
embedded chart Is inserted directly in the current worksheet and doesn't exist in a separate file.
object An independent element on a worksheet
major gridlines Represent the values at the value axis
Minor gridlines Represent the values between the tick marks
text annotations Labels that further describe your data
exploding Pulling that slice away from, the pie chart.
Created by: dbuck01



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