Edit and format chart elements edit the source data

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Edit and format chart elements. Edit the source data for a chart. Build a pie chart sheet. Use texture as fill. Add and format data labels in a chart . Step 1 Download start file 1. Open the ClassicGardens-03 start file. If the workbook opens in Protected View , click the Enable Editing button so you can modify it. The file will be renamed automatically to include your name. Change the project file name if directed to do so by your instructor, and save it . 2. Create a Clustered Column chart object for cells A4:G9 . 3. Move the chart object so that its top left corner is at cell A12 . Size the bottom of the chart to reach cell H30 . 4. Edit the chart title to display CGL Major Sales Revenue on one line, then press Enter and type Second and Third Quarters on the second line. 5. Apply chart Style 14 to the chart. 6. Format the first line and the second line of the chart title to a font size of 20 pt . 7. Apply a ½ point Black, Text 1 outline to the chart area. 8. Verify that the chart is still selected. In the highlighted range in the worksheet, drag the resize pointer to remove the Design Consulting data series from the chart (Figure 3-71).
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  • Fall '13
  • Revenue, Bar chart, Major Sales Revenue

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