Charts and Graphs: Microsoft Excel 2010 (MrExcel Library)
Charts and Graphs: Microsoft Excel 2010 (MrExcel Library) by Bill Jelen
Charts and Graphs: Microsoft Excel 2010 (MrExcel Library) Author: Bill Jelen
Title: Charts and Graphs: Microsoft Excel 2010 (MrExcel Library)
ISBN: 0789743124
ISBN13: 978-0789743121
Other Formats: doc lit lrf docx
Pages: 496 pages
Publisher: Que Publishing; 1 edition (October 9, 2010)
Language: English
Category: Computers & Technology
Size PDF version: 1815 kb
Size EPUB version: 1747 kb
Subcategory: Software




Using Excel 2010, it's possible to create breathtaking charts, graphs, and other data visualizations - and communicate even the most complex data more effectively than ever before. In Charts and Graphs, one of the world's leading Excel experts show exactly how to make the most of Excel 2010's unprecedented visual features. Bill Jelen ("MrExcel") explains exactly when and how to use each type of Excel chart, then walks through creating superb visuals and customizing them with themes, colors, and effects. Jelen shows how to craft charts that illuminate trends, differences, and relationships; how to create stock analysis charts; how to use Excel's flexible PivotCharts; and even how to present data on maps with Microsoft MapPoint. You will discover how to make the most of Excel 2010's new Sparklines and other in-cell visualizations; how to incorporate additional images and shapes with SmartArt; how to export charts for use outside of Excel; and how to generate dynamic, customized charts automatically with Excel VBA. There's even a full chapter on assessing the truth of charts created in Excel - and recognizing when someone's trying to lie to you! This book is part of the new MrExcel Library series.

Everything Excel users need to know to communicate visually - from trend analysis to stock charting, geographical mapping to Excel 2010's new In-Cell Data Bars and Sparklines From basic through leading-edge techniques - including the automatic generation of custom charts with VBA Part of the brand-new MrExcel Library series, edited by Excel legend Bill Jelen