How to Use Cell Values in Excel Labels the Chart
Posted by Mia Minton on March 16th, 2020
Making graph labels in Microsoft Excel can be done by joining them into a cell value. If you change the data, then the chart label will automatically be changed. In this blog, we will teach you how you can make both of your chart titles and data labels characterized.
Data labels make your presentation or chart more comfortable to view and understanding. With the help of the chart, you can easily compare your data in a single graph. In this article, we will teach you how you can merge two months of sales data and make a chart and link labels.
Here is the sample of the last month’s sales data that we will use to teach you:
In the above data, we will change to graph the sales value and also use data labels of change values.
1) Using Cell Values to Labels the Chart Data:
After this above process, the value of those cells now changed in chart data names. If you can see the data value has changed, then your chart will be automatically changed.
2) Linking Cell Value in a Chart
In this additional data labels, here we will teach you how you can link chart caption into a cell to find something more dynamic and creative. We will start by generating a meaningful chart name in a cell. Here we show total all the sales into the chart title.
If the value of the data area were changing, then your chart name and data labels will we updates and reflect your chart.
To create your chart dynamic, you can use all the basing available in Microsoft Excel.
Mia Minton is a qualified IT engineer by education. After working in the IT sector for a decade, she began writing about it two years ago. She loves to write about emerging technology like office.com/setup.
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