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OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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Changing data ranges and axes labels

In Step 2, Data Range, you can manually correct any mistakes you have made in selecting the data.

On this page you can also change the way you are plotting the data by using the rows—rather than the columns—as data series. This is useful if you use a style of chart such as Donut or Pie to display your data.

Lastly, you can choose whether to use the first row or first column, or both, as labels on the axes of the chart.

You can accept what you have done so far by clicking the Finish button, or click Next to change some more details of the chart.

We will click Next to see what we can do to our chart using the other pages of the Wizard.

Changing data ranges and axes labels

OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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