Learn PowerPoint 2007: Change Major Unit of Y Axis in Charts

Created: Thursday, April 22, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:11 am

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The significance of any chart lies in its ability to visually represent complex data as a trend that an audience can easily grasp. So if you create a complex chart with too much detail, you might be ironically creating confusion out of simplicity — even if you are not aware that you are doing this! One of the easiest ways in which you can make your chart look simpler and less intimidating is by using fewer major units in the Y axis — and if that sounds like something that’s difficult for you to understand, then stop worrying and start following this easy tutorial.

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