Microsoft Excel Charts for Beginners | Andreas Exadaktylos | Skillshare
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33 Lessons (2h 13m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:28
    • 2. Select Data and Create a Chart with various ways

      9:31
    • 3. How to select the right Chart for your Data?

      4:12
    • 4. Three ways to resize a Chart and move it to any location

      4:06
    • 5. Choosing a Chart Type, Chart Templates and Live Preview

      3:39
    • 6. Change the Layout or Style of a Chart

      2:14
    • 7. Getting to know the elements and types of a chart

      3:27
    • 8. Quick Layouts and learn to modify all the elements of a chart

      2:59
    • 9. Chart Titles and how to link them with a cell

      4:29
    • 10. Learn Chart Axes in depth and add a Secondary Axis

      5:56
    • 11. Displaying Data - Custom Axis Labels and Gridline

      5:30
    • 12. Updating and adding new data in Chart with keyboard and mouse

      2:59
    • 13. Printing a chart and the page break feature

      2:14
    • 14. Using Pictures in Charts and how to create a Pictograph

      3:23
    • 15. Using shapes and effects

      2:21
    • 16. Using Text and wordart styles

      3:25
    • 17. COLUMN CHART ~ the most widely used chart type

      2:55
    • 18. COMBO CHART ~ a combination of different chart types

      3:17
    • 19. BAR CHART ~ and the main difference with Column Chart

      1:33
    • 20. LINE CHART ~ show me the trend!

      3:15
    • 21. PIE CHART~ show proportions to a whole

      6:10
    • 22. AREA CHART ~ useful for time periods

      2:11
    • 23. BUBBLE CHART ~ a combination of Scatter and Area Chart

      1:21
    • 24. SCATTER (XY) CHART ~ ideal for scientific, statistical or engineering data

      3:06
    • 25. STOCK CHART ~ ideal for stocks or temperatures

      5:58
    • 26. RADAR (OR SPIDER) & SURFACE CHART

      2:02
    • 27. DOUGHNUT CHART ~ a pie chart displaying more than one data series

      1:50
    • 28. GANTT CHART ~ for project management applications

      5:23
    • 29. SPEEDOMETER - GAUGE CHART ~ learn how to create and use them in Dashboards

      10:54
    • 30. THERMOMETER CHART ~ Ideal for Measuring Performance

      4:24
    • 31. BULLET CHART ~ a variation of a thermometer chart

      6:03
    • 32. PARETO CHART ~ the 80-20 chart - for business analysis

      4:12
    • 33. (NEW 3/2017) BURN DOWN CHART

      5:43
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Highly recommended. Step by step instructions on how to create any type of chart - graph. The sections and lectures are well structured and the instructor is very experienced.