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Change to a different chart type
Article Show All Hide All For most 2-D charts, you can change the chart type of either a data series (data series: Related data points that are plotted in a chart. Each...
PowerPoint 2003
Add an organization chart
Article In Office 2003, learn how to add an organization chart to your document, worksheet, or presentation.
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Change a flowchart
Article Do one or more of the following: Move a shape Select the shape and when the pointer becomes a four-headed arrow, drag it to a new location. Note The locke...
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
File formats PowerPoint can import as charts
Article You can import data from text files and other programs in the following formats. .txt, .csv Delimited text (text separated by tab characters, commas, or spaces)...
PowerPoint 2003
Add data to a chart
Article In Microsoft PowerPoint, double-click the chart you want to change. Switch to the datasheet . If the datasheet is not visible, click View Datasheet to displa...
PowerPoint 2003
Edit data in a chart
Article Do one of the following: Edit data for a chart created in Microsoft PowerPoint with Microsoft Graph In PowerPoint, double-click the chart in which you want to e...
PowerPoint 2003
Draw a flowchart
Article Show All Hide All On the Drawing toolbar (toolbar: A bar with buttons and options that you use to carry out commands. To display a toolbar, press ALT and then S...
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Delete an organization chart or diagram
Article Click the organization chart or diagram that you want to delete, click the border of the drawing, and then press DELETE.
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Resize a diagram or organization chart
Article Click the diagram or organization chart and do any of the following: If you want to resize a diagram or organization chart along with the space around it within...
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Troubleshoot diagrams and organization charts
Article I can't drag a section of a diagram to move it. To move a section of a diagram, select the section of the diagram that you want to move. On the Diagram toolba...
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Add a second top-level box to an org chart in PowerPoint
Article Show All Hide All Applies to Microsoft Office PowerPoint® 2003 When you create an organization chart (an "org" chart) in PowerPoint, the default diagram has onl...
PowerPoint 2003
Add a title to a chart or axis
Article In Microsoft PowerPoint, double-click the chart to which you want to add a title . On the Chart menu, click Chart Options , and then click the Titles tab....
PowerPoint 2003
Add a new line to an org chart
Article Applies to Microsoft Office PowerPoint® 2003 If you created an organization chart you might want to add some additional lines to connect shapes. For example, ...
PowerPoint 2003
Change an organization chart
Article Click the organization chart and do one or more of the following: Add or delete a shape If you want to add a shape, select the shape you want to add the new sha...
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Create organization charts and other diagrams
Article Show All Hide All Applies to Microsoft Office Excel 2003 Microsoft Office PowerPoint® 2003 Microsoft Office Word 2003 This article was adapted from Microsoft Of...
PowerPoint 2003
Animate a chart
Article In normal view, display the slide that has the chart you want to animate and select it. On the Slide Show menu, click Custom Animation . In the Custom Ani...
PowerPoint 2003
Delete data from a chart
Article You can delete data from a chart, including the corresponding data on the worksheet. Or, you can delete the data series without losing any data on the workshe...
PowerPoint 2003
About working on a chart
Article You can create a chart from scratch in Microsoft PowerPoint, or you can import a Microsoft Excel worksheet or chart. The default charting program for PowerPoint...
PowerPoint 2003
Add a chart to a presentation
Article Create a chart in PowerPoint 2003, or import one from Excel.
PowerPoint 2003
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