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OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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Columns (2D & faux 3D)

These chartscreate vertical columns to represent data. The columns can be normal, stacked, or by percent.


Figure 46: Basic column chart



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A useful variation of a column chart is the Combined chart, which presents data in both line and column format, as shown in Figure 48.

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In 3D mode the data can also be represented by cylinders and cones. It is very difficult to see any reasonable use of any of the faux 3D chart forms if the intention is to accurately convey information.

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