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  • Excel offers a number of chart types, each with its own set of benefits.
  • Column charts use vertical bars to represent data.
  • Line graphs are excellent for displaying trends.
  • Pie charts make comparing proportions simple.
  • Bar charts are similar to column charts, except instead of vertical bars, they employ horizontal bars.

Visual representations of spreadsheet data are charts and graphs. These images aid in the comprehension of worksheet data by highlighting patterns and trends that are difficult to spot in the data. Experimenting with the many charts in Excel is the greatest method to learn about them.

Graph in columns. A column chart can be used to plot data on a spreadsheet that is organised in columns or rows. Area chart.... Stock chart.... Surface chart.... Line chart.... Bar chart.... Area chart.... Bar chart.... Bar chart.... Bar chart.... Bar chart.... Bar chart.... Radar diagrams.

MS Excel can create a variety of chart types, including bar, pie, line, column, area, scatter, surface, and radar graphs.

Spreadsheet administrators can use Excel charts to build data visualisations. Users can construct several types of charts in which the data is displayed in a graphical fashion by highlighting a group of data in an Excel spreadsheet and putting it into the charting tool.

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