Overall, our Excel chart library contains all types of graphs for you to view and use.
Our Excel chart library
Before we even start, let us say, we use the terms “chart” and “graph” interchangeably. For the purpose of this library, they both mean the same thing.
Note: Unless otherwise noted, all graphs in this library are less than 45 kilobytes in size. So, enjoy!
Requirements: Excel 2007 or higher or compatible.
By the way, we know we are going to have to explain some of these charts. Therefore, please be patient while we compile everything, in this chart library.
In addition, many of these charts are common to different types of businesses. Thus, we suggest you use them at your job. For the most part, they are all set up for you. So, all you have to do is, plug in the numbers. On the whole, it will make your work-life easier.
So, these are the charts we have for you to download at any time.
Bar average 2
Bubble trend line
Column scatter line
Column high-low average lines
Column and stacked column
Column multi-line axis
Stacked column, stacked column
Column on separate axes
Column average line
Column scatter line
Line high-low bars
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So, sheet charts are not really bonafide Excel graphs. Instead, they are symbols and text embedded directly on the worksheet. Therefore, you cannot move them around, as you would do an ordinary chart.
On the other hand, with most of our sheet charts, we include a snapshot that you can move around. Also, it updates when the sheet chart changes.
With our special charts, we include some creative stuff on a regular chart to make it more exciting.
Pills bar with average line
Stacked pills bar
Marimekko – One level
Pills column avg line
Marimekko – Two levels
More information on charts
As you may know, charts help you show data and information to your audience in a more visual manner. In addition, it tends to keep the attention of your client. So, you can also learn how to create a chart from scratch. Also, you will have a better understanding of the process for creating a chart.
There are various apps that allow you to create charts. Of course, Microsoft Excel is a very popular app for working with charts. However, you can use Google Sheets, Apache OpenOffice, or LibreOffice to create charts. For the most part, they are compatible with Excel.
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