Wednesday 16 March 2016
09:30 - 12:30
This specialised course looks at the charting feature in Excel 2013 and discusses some of the different types of charts that can be created, in particular, line, scatter, pie, bar and column charts. It also covers how to edit scientific or statistical charts to include features such as secondary axes and error bars and how to format charts, both manually and by using the new chart styles available in Excel 2010. Participants will be able to practise creating and formatting different types of charts by completing a series of exercises and will also learn how to set the default chart type and how to create a chart template.
Staff who wish to learn more about displaying data graphically and those interested in taking the ECDL Advanced module in Spreadsheets.
Previous attendance at Excel 1: Essentials or a similar level of experience of using Excel 2007 or 2010.
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