Charts: Changing Types

Created: Thursday, December 5, 2013, posted by at 5:01 pm

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PowerPoint provides ample choices in chart types for almost every kind of graphical data representation. There are some basic chart types such as column, bar, line, pie, etc. and advanced charts like radar, surface, bubble, doughnut, etc. To learn more about how you can change from one chart type to another, visit the following links – click on the tutorial of your PowerPoint version:

Microsoft Windows
Changing Chart Types in PowerPoint 2013
Changing Chart Types in PowerPoint 2010
Changing Chart Types in PowerPoint 2007
Changing Charts Types in PowerPoint 2002 and 2003

Apple Mac
Changing Chart Types in PowerPoint 2011

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