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Create Attractive Professional Looking Charts Of MS Word 2010

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Charts, as an illustrated way of showing boring facts and figures, has always helped to embellish professional Word documents. It helps readers compare data and understand trends with a glance, especially useful as supporting arguments to the underlying text that can easily be ignored. 


1. Click on the Insert>Chart button.


2. In the opening new window, choose the chart type as you want.


3. Click the OK button – Microsoft Excel will be opened automatically with some sample data and a sample chart is inserted in your Word document.


4. Entering your own data in the same place of the sample data in the Excel file. After entering your data, you can close the excel file. If you want to edit the data again, click on the Edit Data button in the Word document.


5. Change the appearance of your chart using the Design, Layout, and Format tabs. 


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