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

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Chapter 3. Perceiving, Interpreting, Understanding

In the summary of the last chapter, the following statement was of particular importance: "We’ve now mapped out the route to our destination." In other words, you’ve taken a look at the main topics covered in this book and, after staking out the route for a highway that will lead us to our destination, you’ve acquired some hands-on experience using Excel 2007. However, before we can continue along this route, we must discuss the basics in further detail. This is because each time you design an Excel chart (whatever its purpose), you should be able to not only explain how you created the chart, but why you chose this particular chart type above all others. Such self-imposed responsibility for explaining ...

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