Print a Chart in Excel: Overview To print a chart in Excel that appears embedded in a worksheet without printing the rest of the worksheet, select the chart or one of the chart’s elements, first. Alternatively, to print a chart in Excel that appears embedded in a worksheet along with its accompanying worksheet data, click into
Change the Chart Type in Excel: Overview After creating a chart, you can change the chart type in Excel. Alternatively, you can also choose a different sub-type of the same general chart type you first selected. Either way, note that if you change the chart type, you may lose custom formatting you have applied
Format Error Bars in Charts in Excel: Overview You can format error bars in charts in Excel if you add them to a chart. To format error bars in charts in Excel, first choose the set of error bars to format. To do this, click the “Format” tab within the “Chart Tools” contextual tab.
Move a Chart in Excel: Overview You can easily move a chart in Excel. When you insert a new chart into a worksheet, it appears as an embedded chart object in the worksheet. When you embed a chart in a worksheet, you can move it and also resize it in the worksheet. Before you
Format Data Labels in Excel: Overview You can format data labels in Excel if you choose to add data labels to a chart. To format data labels in Excel, choose the set of data labels to format. To do this, click the “Format” tab within the “Chart Tools” contextual tab in the Ribbon. Then
Name an Embedded Chart in Excel: Overview You can easily name an embedded chart in Excel. To name an embedded chart in Excel, first select the chart to name within a worksheet. You can then click into the “Name Box” at the left end of the Formula Bar. Then simply type a new name
Format Trendlines in Excel Charts: Overview You can easily format trendlines in Excel charts if you applied them to one or more chart series. To format trendlines in Excel, click the “Format” tab within the “Chart Tools” contextual tab in the Ribbon. Then select a trendline to format from the “Chart Elements” drop-down in
Charts in Access: Overview You can create charts in Access by using the “Chart Wizard” to add charts to reports. The “Chart Wizard” creates charts that represent data from your queries or tables. There are many chart types available. Charts appear as controls in reports. To add charts in Access to reports, click the