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OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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Creating a chart

We will use the small table of data in Figure 38 to demonstrate what we can do with Calc's charting and graphing capabilities.

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To create a chart, first highlight (select) the data to be included in the chart, as shown in Figure 39.

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Next, open the AutoFormat Chart dialog using one of two methods.

  • Click on a cell in the area of the spreadsheet where you want the chart to appear, and then select Insert > Chart from the menu bar as shown in Figure 40.

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  • Or, click on the Chart icon on the main toolbar (Figure 41) and then click in a cell in the area of the spreadsheet where you wish the chart to be.

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Either method will bring up the Auto format Chart dialog (Figure 42).

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