Charts: Elements

Created: Wednesday, December 4, 2013, posted by at 5:45 pm

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Although a chart may seem like a single object at first glance, look closer and you will find that each chart comprises several individual elements that we call Chart Elements in PowerPoint. In the following tutorials, learn more about Chart Elements and also how to select and format them – based on the version of PowerPoint you are using, select any of them:

Microsoft Windows
Chart Elements in PowerPoint 2013
Chart Elements in PowerPoint 2010
Chart Elements in PowerPoint 2007
Chart Objects in PowerPoint 2002 and 2003

Apple Mac
Chart Elements in PowerPoint 2011



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