How to make a graph in Microsoft Word 2010 on Windows 7?
Do you know you can make a graph in Microsoft Word 2010 on your Windows 7-based computer? Well, not only this but you can also insert charts and create your own calendar on the Microsoft Word document. Microsoft supports many charts and graph to help you display data in meaningful way and it also allows you to add visual aids related to the graphs and charts making your data visually appealing.
Also, Microsoft Word 2010 allows you to add many kinds of graphs in your documents including, column charts, line graphs, pie charts, bar charts, area graphs, scatter graphs, bubble graphs, and radar graphs. These graphs can help you improve the quality of your data and it adds more meaning to your document. So, if you want to add a graph in your word document to make it more meaningful and attractive, then, browse through our steps-by-step solution mentioned below.
The solution to the problem
Follow the instructions to make a graph in Microsoft Word 2010 on Windows 7:
1. Open Microsoft® Word.
2. Click on the "Insert"Â menu
3. Click on the "InsertÂ Object" and the select “Object”.
4. Click on the tab labeled "Create New".
5. Click "MicrosoftÂ Graph Chart" located in the Object type box.
6. Click "OK".
7. Click on any cell where you want to remove sample data andÂ type your own data, text or numbers into the cell. You may also copy andÂ paste data into the graph.
8. Click on the Word document to return to the Word interface.Â You may reopen the data sheet to make changes by double-clicking theÂ graph.
See, how easily you can make your Microsoft Word document both attractive and meaningful by adding graphs in Microsoft Word 2010 in your Windows 7-based computer.
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