Get beyond the basics with Excel 2007 charts Now you can take your Excel charting skills to the next level with help from this hands-on guide. Excel 2007 Charts Made Easy shows you how to upgrade from simple pie and bar charts to rich data visualization using the full range of charts available in the latest version of the software. Discover how easy it is to create custom charts with compelling effects and to display data in more meaningful ways. Manually format chart components Show trends in your data with line charts Combine line and pie charts to create area charts Plot data using scatter charts and bubble charts Create and format stock charts Connect three data points with a surface chart Display the relationship between various data series using doughnut charts Compare data values with radar charts Use PivotTables and PivotCharts to work with dynamic data Incorporate Excel charts into Word documents and PowerPoint presentations
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Author Biography - Kathy Jacobs
Kathy Jacobs is Microsoft MVP in OneNote and PowerPoint. She writes on Office topics for her site, OnPPT.com. Curtis Frye is a Microsoft Excel MVP and sole or lead author of nine other books on Microsoft Excel. Find out more at thatexcelguy.com and curtisfrye.com. Douglas Frye, Ph.D., is a Project Management Professional-certified enterprise business process consultant. His website is skilledanalytics.com.