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Column Charts in PowerPoint

A column chart is probably the most simple chart type that you can create in PowerPoint. What makes a column chart the most preferred chart type is that it follows human thinking — we are all used to identifying a taller column as representing more success, more sales, more profits, more reach, etc. And column charts fit in perfectly with such human thinking! No wonder they are so popular.

Learn about Column Charts, and how you can use them within PowerPoint.

Categories: charting, powerpoint

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