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Working with Charts

Unit D: Working with Charts

TermDefinition
category axis horizontal axis
value axis vertical axis
plot area the area inside the horizontal and vertical axes is the
gridlines extending across the plot area
data point Each value in a cell you select for your chart is a
data marker visually represents each data point, which in this case is a column
legend is included to make it easy to identify them
x-axis horizontal axis
y- axis vertical axis
z-axis comparing data across both categories and values
tick marks the vertical axis
data series collection of related data points is a
sizing handles the borders around the chart the chart
chart sheet sheet in a workbook that contains only a chart that is linked to the workbook data
embedded chart a purple border surrounds the cells containing the category axis labels and a green border surrounds the cells containing the data series labels
object chart
major gridlines represent the values at the values axis tick marks
minor gridlines the values between the tick mark
text annotations labels that further describe your data
exploding or pulling that slice away from the pie chart
Created by: operez01
 

 



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