1. A Chart is a visual representation of data in a worksheet.
a. The Chart will automatically updated
b. The legend corresponds to category labels
3. A chart can be placed on the same worksheet as the data or on another worksheet separate from the data.
e. A Pie chart is used to represent data that is a percentage of a whole.
5. To change data labels to percentages, select the data labels and ...view middle of the document...
f. They are highlighted
g. Drag the chart border
h. Point to a corner handle, which changes to a pointer and then drag to size proportionately.
i. The corner handle proportionately sizes the chart
j. See if the chart and data will fit on one sheet, then if not resize, if so click file, print, then print again to print active worksheet.
k. Click the charts border and then go to file, print, and the print again.
8. Charts are included in reports to support and simplify the understanding of text.
l. An embedded chart has the excel features and is refreshed when the data is changed. A linked chart has to be refreshed in word.
m. Having a graph linked in Word has the advantage of the tabs Design, Layout, and Format activated.
10. A Column Chart
r. Vertical axis contains values
s. Horizontal axis contains labels
13. Click Design->Select Data. A dialog box is displayed, In the Horizontal Axis Labels box, click Edit, Another dialog box is displayed, and then add the cells.
14. Changing the theme will change the fonts, colors, and effects associated with both the chart and the corresponding worksheet.