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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

How to Create a Chart in Microsoft Word 2010

Even though Microsoft Word is not designed to manipulate data like Microsoft Excel, you still have the ability to create data chart within a document. This guide will walk-through how to build a chart
using Microsoft Word 2010.


  1. Open Microsoft Word 2010 by clicking Start » All Programs » Microsoft Office » Microsoft Word 2010.

    Open Microsoft Word
  2. Click the Insert tab across the top of the page.

    Insert menu
  3. Click the Chart button.

    Chart button
  4. Select the type of chart on the left.

    Type of chart
  5. Select the style of the chart and click OK.

    Select chart type
  6. Fill out the desired data in the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.

    Enter data
  7. Close the Excel Spreadsheet to complete the chart.

    Chart
  8. Continue creating and save the document.

2 comments:

  1. This post explains how to create charts in Microsoft Word. The steps are given in which you just need to follow. It’s very easy to create charts in Word. The method is very well explained in this post. Thanks for the information you have given here.
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