Learn PowerPoint 2003: Changing Fonts and Other Text Options of Charts

Created: Friday, April 9, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:25 am



You can create the most amazing charts without any text since the main purpose of any chart is to show a trend. Having said that, text plays a very important role in charting — and although I do recommend you keep text at a minimum, you’ll end up with some text in the form of legend, some data labels, axis titles, or elsewhere. Nothing looks as bad as text that is too small or too huge on a chart, and balance plays a key role in the aesthetics of text in a chart. Yet many people don’t know how you can format text in a chart — this tutorial will get you started.

Learn more about working with text in PowerPoint charts…

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