Charts: Adjust the Chart Gap Width

Created: Friday, April 11, 2014, posted by at 5:12 pm

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The Gap width within a chart is the space between bunch of columns that represent categories. Usually the gap width is automatically calculated based on the chart data and the Plot Area. The space between two series’ points will be very narrow if there are many data series, or very wide when there are few data series. Even then, there is scope for some change in the gap width. In the following tutorials, learn how to adjust the Chart Gap Width in PowerPoint. Select the one that matches your PowerPoint version:

Microsoft Windows

Apple Mac

Adjust the Chart Gap Width in PowerPoint 2011

 



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