3D Charts: Z Axis in PowerPoint Charts: Pros and Cons

Created: Wednesday, March 31, 2021, posted by at 2:38 pm

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The Z axis is the depth axis that some 3D charts contain. Sometimes, the Z axis is also called the series axis. Let us be clear about the fact that not all 3D charts contain a Z axis. In fact, some 3D chart variants use the third dimension even if they do not need a Z axis! They do so just because some people wrongly believe that 3D is so cool.

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Z Axis in PowerPoint Charts: Pros and Cons

Z Axis in PowerPoint Charts: Pros and Cons

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