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How Can I Edit Any Chart I Create in Excel?

How Can I Edit Any Chart I Create in Excel?

There are almost an unlimited number of ways to edit any chart in Excel. In Figure 37.1, you can see an edited version of the scatter chart that appeared originally in Figure 36.1.

Figure 37.1 An edited scatter chart

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To edit this chart, we did the following:

  • Clicked the Chart Area of the chart, which appears as you move the mouse over the chart.
  • Clicked any one of the Chart Layout options appearing in the Excel ribbon.
  • Clicked the Chart Title area and edited it to read “Height and Weight.”
  • Clicked the vertical Axis Title and edited that to read “Weight in Pounds.”
  • Clicked the horizontal Axis Title and edited that to read “Height in Inches.”
  • Clicked the Series1 legend and pressed ...
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