If you make charts in Excel, you’ve probably noticed that Excel’s default is a column chart. That’s great if you make a lot of column charts, but what if you mostly make pie charts, or scatter charts, or those funny bubble charts? The good people at Tech Republic have written a great article that includes a keyboard shortcut to make a chart with the push of a button, and how to change the default chart type.
Change Excel’s Default Chart Type
Posted by Holly Green on Thursday, July 1st 2010
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AboutThe McCombs Technology Training Team helps UT Austin business students, faculty, and staff with their technology resources, and with Microsoft Office. The trainers are Holly Green and Ben Bond.
Jeff Hauger, a previous team member, contributed several blog posts.