Create a Waterfall Chart in PowerPoint 2013

Created: Wednesday, November 19, 2014, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



Waterfall Charts are one of the most popular charts for displaying how different items come together to make up a whole. The chart was first invented and is still widely used by consultants of McKinsey & Company, and is something you can easily add to your PowerPoint charting repertoire. Taylor Croonquist teaches you how you can create these waterfall charts easily in PowerPoint.

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Categories: charting, design, powerpoint_2013, tutorials

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