Charts: Apply Picture Fills to the Plot Area

Created: Monday, April 7, 2014, posted by at 12:49 pm

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If you decide to use a picture as a fill for your chart’s Plot Area, then you must put in plenty of thought before doing so. Because you don’t want to crowd your chart — and so while you can use a picture, it’s best to use one that’s muted and does not attract too much attention. Explore how to fill the Chart’s Plot Area with a picture in the following tutorials. Select the one that matches your PowerPoint version:

Microsoft Windows

Apple Mac

Apply Picture Fills to Plot Area of Charts in PowerPoint 2011


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