Choose the right type of chart for your purpose, add graphics,or try 3-D
You've crunched the numbers, but what do they mean? This handyguide helps you chart your way to success by presenting thosefigures in a form that says something to your audience. Discoveroptions like Radar and Bubble charts, format your charts to grabattention, and even put them into PowerPoint presentations or onthe Web.
Ken Bluttman is the author of numerous computer books and articles. He recently wrote O'Reilly's "Access Hacks" as well as "Excel Charts for Dummies". Ken's technical chops include Microsoft Office, XML, VBA, VB.NET, SQL Server, and assorted web technologies.