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How can you combine bar and line graphs as was possible with MS03

RE: Graphs

Hi Jimmy

Thanks for your post - sorry for the late reply
As far as i am aware you cant do this - but what i will do is look into this futher and let you know


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RE: Graphs

Dear Jimmy

Thank you for attending Upgrade to Office 2007 course!! I hope you enjoyed the course and benefited from it.

Just to further clarify that it IS possible to create combination charts but you don't have the same options you used to have in the Charts custom templates in the wizard in Excel 2003.

Please refer to the link below which provides you a video tutorial to do what you may wish to achieve:

http://examples.oreilly.com/9780596527594/Excel/Chapter18/Combination-Chart.html

I hope this has answered your query.

If this has answered your query then I would request you to please mark the question as resolved!! If not and you have a specific question related to this then please post it as a new question and we should be able to provide you the solution for it!!

Kindest Regards


Rajeev Rawat
MOS Master Instructor 2000 and 2003
MCAS Master Instructor 2007
MCT

Tue 21 Apr 2009: Automatically marked as resolved.

 

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