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In-cell charts are awesome.
And today, I’ll show you how to create an in-cell bar chart with rept function.
But, do they really worth your time?
Here is the single important reason.
They are easy to create and simple to use.
Ahead, in this post, I’ll show a step by step process to create a decent bar chart with rept function.
Here is a simple definition.
You can use REPT Function to repeat a specific text for a specific number of times.
The main use of REPT function is for creating in-cell charts.
I have a mark sheet of students & I want to add a bar in the performance cell next to the marks.
Here are the steps.
I have used conditional formatting to highlight bar for the student whose marks are below 40.
In this formula, I have used IF function for a conditional formula.
When you select options button “Bars” you’ll get 1 in cell A1 then rept function will show you a bar & percentage in the cell.
And, when you select “Only Percentage” it will show just percentage.
By using this technique you can fire up your boring data.
If you compare both of the tables (with or without bars), you’ll notice that by using bars you can present your data in an understandable way.
Do you like this tip?
Share your view in the comment box. And, if you have any idea to create an in-cell chart then please share with me.
You can also try following things with rept function.