Excel Charts and Graphs Tutorials
- Excel Column Chart Tutorials (4)
- Excel Pie Chart Tutorials (3)
- Excel Line Graph Tutorials (3)
- Excel Pictograph Tutorials (2)
- Excel Stock Market Chart Tutorials (2)
- Excel 2003 Chart Tutorials (12)
Choosing the Right Graph - Excel Graphs and their Uses
This article covers the main types of Excel graphs and their uses. The graphs covered include the bar graph, line graph, scatter plot graph, and the pie chart.
Excel Sparklines Overview
What are sparklines? New to Excel 2010, this overview covers the different types of sparklines available. Links to a step by step tutorial of how to create sparklines in Excel 2010.
Excel Sparklines Tutorial
This tutorial covers how to create sparklines in Excel. The tutorial includes a step by step example of how to create sparklines in Excel.
Excel Pie Chart
This free tutorial covers creating a pie chart in Microsoft Excel . The tutorial includes a step by step example of creating a pie chart in Excel.
Excel Hi-Lo-Close Stock Market Chart
This tutorial covers creating a Hi-Lo-Close stock market chart in Microsoft Excel. The tutorial includes a step by step example of creating a Hi-Lo-Close stock market chart in Excel.
Create a Bar Graph in Excel 2003
This tutorial covers creating a bar graph in Microsoft Excel 2003. The tutorial includes a step by step example showing how to create a bar graph using the Chart Wizard.
Formatting a Bar Graph
This article covers a number of formatting options for bar graphs in Excel.
Create a Pictograph in Excel 2003
This tutorial covers creating a pictograph / pictogram in Microsoft Excel 2003.
Microsoft Excel Charting FAQs
The FAQs on this site covers the steps necessary for creating charts in Excel. Whether you want information on how to properly layout the chart's data or you are looking for help on some of the more common errors and problems encountered when creating a chart, this site has information to help you.
What is a Custom Chart Type ?
Have you ever looked at the Custom Tab in Excel’s Chart Wizard and wondered when you might have a need to use it. Then there are the “User defined Custom Types” - when might you need those? Well this article gives you some insight into how to make the best use of the custom chart options available in Excel’s Chart Wizard.