Excel Lesson 8: Working with Charts
A line that establishes a relationship between data in a chart; most charts have a horizontal x-axis and a vertical y-axis.
A graphical representation of data.
The entire chart and all other chart elements
Specifies which elements are included in a chart and where they are placed.
A separate sheet in the workbook that stores a chart.
Formats the chart based on the colors, fonts, and effects associated with the workbook's theme.
Chart that uses bars of varying heights to illustrate values in a worksheet.
Text or numbers that provide additional information about a data marker.
A symbol that represents a single data point or value from the corresponding worksheet cell.
A group of related information in a column or row of a worksheet that is plotted on the chart.
A grid that displays the data plotted in the chart.
After you select a chart type and style, the chart is inserted as an embedded chart in the center of the worksheet.
Exploded pie chart
When you pull one or more slices away from the pie in a pie chart to distinguish them
A list that identifies patterns, symbols, or colors used in a chart.
Chart that is similar to a column chart, but where columns are replaced by pointsconnected by a line.
Chart that shows the relationship of a part to a whole.
The graphical representation of all of the data series.
Chart that shows the relationship between two categories of data. The data points are not connected by a line because they do not relate to each other the way they do in a
Mini charts that you can insert into a cell.