Learn PowerPoint 2007: Chart Elements in PowerPoint 2007

Created: Friday, April 2, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:28 am



Charts in PowerPoint comprise several elements that we call chart elements. Typical chart elements include series (and this could be one or more series with values), axes (horizontal, vertical, and in some cases a third axis as well), plot area (the active chart area), legend, chart title, and many more. In this tutorial we’ll learn more about these individual chart elements.

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