Step by step instructions to Add Diagrams to a PowerPoint Presentation.


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Move your mouse to the Insert Menu, click New Slide once ... Move your mouse to the cell in the datasheet that says first Qtr in it and snap your mouse once ...
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The most effective method to Add Charts to a PowerPoint Presentation AOCS Workshop by Laurie Miller Created: October 2006

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First Steps Open Your PowerPoint Presentation Open PowerPoint Open your presentation document, or begin another one

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Adding a Chart Slide You can do this in one of two ways: Move your mouse to the Insert Menu, click New Slide once … another slide will show up Move your mouse to toolbar at the highest point of your PowerPoint Window and snap the New Slide catch once … another slide will show up

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Open the Layout Task Pane 1) Move your mouse to the Format menu and pick Slide Layout once; the Slide Layout Task Pane will open on the right half of your window

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Choose the Chart Layout Move your mouse to the Taskbar on the right half of your PowerPoint Window and snap the Title and Content catch once … another slide will show up

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Insert a Chart 1) Move your mouse to the symbol amidst the new slide and tap on the Insert Chart symbol once … the slide will now open up a: 2) Datasheet 3) Chart Preview

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Datasheet & Chart Preview Datasheet Chart Preview

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Adding Your Data – Step 1 Erase "demo" information Move your mouse to the cell in the datasheet that has number 2 in and click your mouse once … hold the mouse conservative Drag your mouse over the datasheet to highlight every one of the cells from which you need the demo information expelled (see above) Once the information to be evacuated is highlighted, press the Delete key on your console once.

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Adding Your Data – Step 2 Erase "demo" information Move your mouse to the cell in the datasheet that has East in and click your mouse once Press the Delete key on your console once.

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Adding Your Data – Step 3 Add Your Data Move your mouse to the cell in the datasheet that says 1 st Qtr in it and snap your mouse once Type in your first information title  for our Mason Oscar extend, this will be the name of the primary performing artist for which your gathering gathered information.

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Adding Your Data – Step 4 Keeping Adding Your Data Move your mouse to different cells and include your information

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The Formatting the Chart Click with respect to the window that is basically the slide (not the datasheet or the sneak peak outline) The datasheet will close and just the graph will be unmistakable. Include a title in the rectangle where the slide requests that you snap and include a title

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The Formatting the Chart – Step 1 Move your mouse on top of the graph and press the right mouse secure once to bring a menu Choose Chart Object Choose Edit

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The Formatting the Chart – Step 2 Move your mouse on top of the outline and press the right mouse fasten once to bring a menu Choose Format Walls Pick the hues and style you need

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The Formatting the Chart – Step 3 Move your mouse on top of one of the bars in the diagram and press the right mouse secure once to bring a menu Choose Format Walls Pick the hues and style you need

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The Formatting the Chart – Step 4 Move your mouse on top of one of names in the hub on the lower part of the graph and press the right mouse fasten once to bring a menu Choose Format Axis… Use the Format Axis exchange box the pick the text style you need

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Advice You can "open" a diagram to alter it two ways: Move your mouse on top of the outline, Click your right mouse catch once Choose Chart Object Choose Edit Double snap (with your left mouse catch) the diagram  the graph will open and you can alter it

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More Advice There is significantly more you can do with outlines in PowerPoint! Trial and see what happens Visit on-line sites with PowerPoint diagram counsel http://techweb.ecisd.net/pdf/pptchart%20cwk.pdf http://www.microsoft.com/office/past/xp/segments/column09.asp

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