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Create Dynamic Charts in Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007 and Beyond by Reinhold Scheck

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Basic Approach

Having explained the most important basic concepts and elements in conjunction with charts, we can now deal with access and procedural methods. Naturally, the entire range of options will only come to light when complex examples appear in later chapters and, in particular, when you’ve achieved a comfortable routine as a result of your own exercises. Especially for those of you switching over from older versions of Excel, this will not be particularly easy because the routine you already have will be more of a hindrance than a help in getting used to using new functions easily (the longer you’ve practiced it, the harder it will be to change it).

Below, you’ll find a selection of the Excel 2007 command set, insofar as it has a bearing ...

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