Do one of the following:
Create a chart
Import a Microsoft Excel chart
- On the Insert menu, click Chart.
- Switch to the datasheet (datasheet: A table included with a chart that provides sample information showing where to type your own row and column labels and data.). If the datasheet is not visible, click View Datasheet to display it.
- If you want the imported data to begin at a cell other than the upper-left cell on the datasheet, select the cell you want.
- On the Edit menu, click Import File.
- In the Look in box, click the drive, folder, or Internet location that contains the file, and click the *.xls file format in the Files of type box.
- Double-click the file you want to import.
- In the Import Data Options dialog box, select the sheet you want to import. You can import only one sheet.
- Do one of the following:
If you selected a cell in step 3, clear the Overwrite existing cells check box.
- To import all the data on the worksheet, click Entire sheet under Import.
- To import part of the data, click Range, and then type the range of data you want. For example, to import cells A1 through B5, type A1:B5 in the Range box. If the range is named, you can type the name instead of the range reference.