Charts: Changing Fill and Border of Chart Elements

Created: Tuesday, December 3, 2013, posted by Geetesh at 11:36 am

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While the default settings for the chart elements work great most of the time, there will be occasions when you may want to use a fill for any of your data elements that’s not part of the Theme palette in your presentation. In times like these, you can change the fill and border of chart elements using the techniques explained in the following tutorials. Choose a link considering your PowerPoint version:

Microsoft Windows
Changing Fill and Border of Charts in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows
Changing Fill and Border of Charts in PowerPoint 2007 for Windows
Changing Fills and Outlines of Charts in PowerPoint 2002 and 2003 for Windows

Apple Mac
Changing Fill and Border for Charts in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac


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