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In step 2 of the Chart Wizard, the process continues with you setting the various text titles, axis titles, and so on. You can also set the number of data series that will be displayed, as shown here.
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In the upper-left window, you can define a title and subtitle for the chart, determine labels for the axes, and assign a unit to the axes. Enter the following into the lower-left window: the number of series and categories that occur in your data source, and the minimum value and maximum value that correspond to your query. The chart preview will then correspond to the number of data series and categories of the final chart, and you will be able to judge its appearance more easily. The values are determined using random data. Specify the maximum number of data series and number of categories to be displayed in your chart, even if the data source contains more series or categories. The same is true for Minimum Value and Maximum Value. Step 3 involves realigning the color for the different series that have been identified in step 2. You can also set additional properties in step 3, such as the border color, labels, and any changes to the chart type. In this step of the wizard, you can determine the specific properties of all rows in your chart, or you can define each row individually (for all pie charts and polar charts categories). For example, you can change the chart type for just one series or label only one series. In the upper-left window, select All Series or choose an individual series. Change the property for the selected series in the lower area of the window. You can usually change the color and border color here, as well as the labels of a series. The properties available depend on the chart type.
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Step 4 enables you to change the properties of various elements such as chart background, the plot area, legends, and titles. The following illustration shows the elements that can be changed.
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In this step of the wizard, you can set specific properties that affect the background, the drawing area, or the legend. For example, you can set a color ramp in the background. Simply select Background in the upper-left window, enter a color and a secondary color, and then determine a color ramp in the Gradient field. You can also set the same properties for the drawing area, and you can set a transparency by entering a value between 0 and 100 in the Transparency field. If you select Title or Subtitle, you can determine the font, its orientation, size, color, and style. In order to change the properties of the legend, select the legend. Now, in the lower-left window, you can set whether the legend should be visible (Visibility), whether you want to see the legend only (Only Legend), and where the legend should be positioned.
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Step 5 offers you the ability to change the different axes properties. You can adjust the grid view and other items such as the text wrap functionality. The following illustration shows this information.
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You can format the axes of your chart in this step. The wizard omits this step for chart types without a vertical axis, such as a pie chart. Select the required axis in the upper-left window. Choose the corresponding properties in the lower-left area. If more axes are offered for formatting than are visible in the chart preview, the additional axes do not have the Visibility property. Check the Visibility field beneath the axis in question to make it visible and then format it as required. The final step is a confirmation that the process is complete. The nice part of this is that at any time you can switch to the chart editor, which provides access to all chart properties at one time and is useful for fine-tuning the design and functionality of the chart. The ability to switch from either toolset is available, so to switch between the editor and the wizard, click either the Refine or the Wizard button. The chart editor is shown here.
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