Among the senses that we have as human beings, the most dominant of all is that of sight, since at observe the images we can more easily remember texts or words.
When we do our presentations Whether they are from the university or the company we work for, our audience will remember the images more than what was written.
And above all this happens if your exposure or report is related to numbers, finance or accountingWell, if you show the information without any images it can be boring.
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On Microsoft Excel You can find the graphics option in its toolbar so that you can make your presentations dynamic and informative.
Excel is a spreadsheet where you can enter numerical data in the Excel format made up of This makes it possible for you to carry out your budgets, statistics, invoices, database, simple math operations, add, raise powers in addition and make tables and graphs.
What is a graph?
It can be said that a graph is a visually representative image where you can show your data in a dynamic way, on percentages, quantities, volume in which you can make comparisons of one result with another.
These graphs are shown on a computer previously made with Microsoft Excel. These data contained in the graphs are related to each other and then come to a conclusion. The graphs can be created from a table with dynamic data to achieve simple and practical results. But first you must learn how to make pivot tables in Excel with charts
Graphics allow anyone to understand and interpret the information that is being transmitted in an easy and understandable way. Even with Excel you have the option of being able to make your graph taking data from several sheets that you are working continuously.. The conclusions and results can be interesting even if it contains limited figures and data.
At the time you make your graphics, they must contain the following characteristics: with an adequate proportion, it must be explanatory, be centered on the page, concise, with a understandable vocabulary, with vivid colors, with shadows, patterns, understandable and precise typeface.
In Excel there are various graphs and shapes: linear, polygons, histograms, Warhead, Pie chart or Circular. You can also make or create a double axis graph, percentage curve, bar and Pictogram.
A pie or donut chart It is represented by being a circle divided into several sections where the amounts are shown, they can be in percentage. Each section shows the values, from the smallest to the largest, in this case you can enter the data labels to distinguish them from each other.
This shows you their totals based on the proportions that each of their sections contains in a 100% total, from there it is possible to know what percentage each part has.
In the graphics you have the option of placing the colors you want, that are striking and that are consistent with your presentation. Even if you want you can make an interactive pie or ring graph, extract some section of the graph to emphasize some information of interest in 3D, sub graph or make it rotate.
How to place pie charts inside Excel cell easily?
Next step by step I will show you how to placer pie charts inside an excel cell In an easy way:
In Excel, in the ‘spreadsheet’ you are working on, proceed to choose the data you want show on your graph circular.
In the Excel dashboard click on the ‘Insert’ tab then go to ‘Insert pie or donut chart’ and press click.
Already selected the ‘Pie chart’ proceed to go to the icons next to the graphic to insert the touches you want.
If you want to format, hide or show titles or labels in the tab ‘Graphic’ Click on the Chart Elements option.
Or if you want to change the style or color of the graphic, proceed to press the tab ‘Personalize’ and change the appearance of the graph.
To conclude, if you want to hide or show your chart data, go to the option ‘Chart filters’ and press click on it.
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