Learn PowerPoint 2007: Picture Fills for Chart Data Series

Created: Friday, April 23, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:33 am



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Did you happen to see a chart that spoke of fruit exports and each column of the chart was filled with pictures of a particular fruit type rather than the conventional solid color fills or geometric patterns? For instance, if you wanted to show how the export of grapes has increased over the years, your column chart would have all columns filled with pictures of grapes stacked one over the other? The good thing is that PowerPoint 2007 allows you to do just that within your charts — as long as you know which options you need to change — and that’s explained in this tutorial!

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