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The Titles tab lets you assign a title for the chart and descriptive text for each axis. Excel displays the text using default fonts, alignments, and positions. Any titles you create become ordinary text-box objects, and you can reposition, realign, reformat, and edit them after the chart has been created. Note that the Excel charting user interface does not give you a way to derive title text from worksheet cells. That is, you can t type a cell reference in a title field. Presumably that s because Excel s designers assumed that you would have no need for a dynamic title (one that would change as a worksheet cell changed). If that assumption was wrong in your case, you can rectify the matter by writing a short VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) procedure that copies a cell s contents into the active chart s title. Something like the following does the trick:
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Sub GetTitleFromA1() Dim strTitleText As String StrTitleText = Range("Sheet1!a1").Value With ActiveChart .HasTitle = True .ChartTitle.Text = strTitleText End With End Sub
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Add the title manually Excel is pretty smart about recognizing category-axis labels and series names (legend labels) in your chart-data selection. But it s not clever at all about getting chart titles from your data selection. You ll have to add the title manually, on the Chart Wizard s Step 3 page. Moreover, if your data includes only one chart series and a text item is included in that series, Excel will treat that text as both a series name and a chart title almost certainly not what you want. You ll have to fix that on the Step 3 page as well.
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In all chart types except for pie and doughnut charts, Excel includes value and category axes by default. (Typically, the value axis is what your algebra teacher would have called the y-axis, and the category axis is the x-axis.) Certain chart types include a secondary value axis by default; see the Line Column on 2 Axes type on the Custom Types tab of the Step 1 dialog box for an example. Whatever Excel proposes to give you, however, you may choose to omit if your needs suggest a leaner, axis-free appearance. Note, however, that if you choose to omit an axis by clearing its check box on the Axes tab of the Step 3 dialog box all labels associated with that axis are suppressed as well.
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For more information about changing the appearance of axes, see Working with Axes on page 636.
Category vs. Time Scaling
In most cases, if your category-axis data consists of dates, Excel recognizes that and automatically applies time scaling, as opposed to category scaling, to the axis. Time scaling differs from category scaling in the following ways:
Excel positions all data points in accordance with their chronological locations. For
example, if a time-scaled axis includes points for January 1, January 2, and January 6, the January 2 point appears closer to the January 1 point than to the January 6 point.
Excel automatically plots time-series points in chronological order, whether or not the
data range is sorted chronologically.
Excel uses the smallest time difference between your data points as its base unit, but
you can switch to a larger base unit to get a different perspective on your data. For example, if you plot daily stock prices, Excel uses 1 day as its base unit. But you can switch to a weekly or monthly view by changing the base unit. For information about changing the base unit, see Changing the Base Unit on page 643. In most cases, time scaling is a great convenience to you, and you should accept Excel s decision to apply it. If you prefer category scaling, however, select the Category option on the Axes tab of the Step 3 dialog box. (The default selection here is Automatic, which means let Excel decide. ) 614
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Use fully qualified dates You might suppose that if you plotted a column with the text labels Jan, Feb, Mar, and so on, Excel would recognize the month names and give you time scaling by default. It will not. Although Excel knows that Jan, Feb, and Mar are members of a series (you can drag the fill handle to extend those labels through the rest of the year), the charting engine doesn t realize that those labels have anything to do with the calendar. To get time scaling with month labels, abbreviated or otherwise, enter the values on the worksheet as fully qualified dates for example, 1/1/04; 2/1/04; and so on. Format them to taste (the custom numeric format mmm will give you three-letter month abbreviations), and then plot.
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