Learn how to visualize your date by learning how to create and modify charts. In this course you will change the chart type, resize a chart, chart nonadjacent data, and select chart objects. Adjust the scale and create a chart with two scales. You will add, move or remove a Legend, add and remove a data series and handling hidden and empty cells. You will also change how data is plotted by rows or columns, add and remove gridlines, explanatory text, arrows, and other shapes. You will add and edit data labels, and chart and axis titles, add and remove trendlines, create and remove a sparkline and group, change, and customize sparklines.
Why learn it?
Charts and diagrams can show trends, averages, high and low points, and more. Not only do they make your worksheets more visually appealing, they also serve a definite function. They make it easier for your intended audience to sort out and understand the information you are presenting to them. This is especially true when dealing with data.
All MNTC instruction and curriculum is provided in English unless specifically stated otherwise.
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Norman, OK 73070
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