Case 4 - Working with Charts and Graphics

Case 4 - Working with Charts and Graphics - CASE 4:WORKING...

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Create and modify a 3D pie chart Work with chart titles and legends Create and format a column chart Format chart axes Create and format a line chart Create and format a combined chart Work with tick marks and scale values Insert and format a graphic shape NEWLEAF PAPER COMPANY: CHARTING REVENUE AND SALES PROJECTIONS CASE 4:WORKING WITH CHARTS AND GRAPHICS SKILLS CASE SCENARIO Angela in Accounting is a big fan of charts. She likes to point out that while numbers can tell a story, a picture can be worth a thousand words—making the story more compelling. Angela needs to present 2010 sales and revenue for the Ultra Premium Paper line to the sales team. She realizes the salespeople will be able to interpret the data more easily if she uses charts. Angela decides to use a 3D pie chart to illustrate how each salesperson contributed to the whole. She also decides to use a column chart to show a side-by-side comparison of each salesperson’s relative performance. Angela also wants to show sales trends for the salespeople over time, so she creates a line chart and a combined chart to accomplish this. To maximize the impact of the charts, Angela uses a variety of formatting tools. She also adds a graphic shape to draw atten- tion to a trend in the data. STUDENT DATA FILE
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course ENG 301 taught by Professor Self during the Spring '10 term at Clemson.

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