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How To Create An In-Cell Gantt Chart With REPT Function

Creating In-Cell Charts with REPT Function is a smart move. You can use these charts in your dashboards to give a quick view to your user. I have used this text repeating formula to create an In-Cell Column Chart & a Star Rating Template. But, here I have created an In-Cell Gantt Chart for the sake of my laziness. Let me […]

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How To Create A In Cell Column Chart With REPT Function

Creating an In Cell Column Chart by using the REPT Function is the second part of our in cell charting Series. Yesterday, I had used this text repetition formula to create a star rating template in excel. Basic Idea of creating a column chart with REPT Function is as simple as we create a normal column chart in excel. I have used a percentage data set to create […]

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How to Create a Star Rating Template in Excel

Here is a quick tip for you to create a star rating template in Excel.To create this star rating template all you need is REPT function. REPT Function is useful when you want to repeat a given text for a number of times.Steps to Create a Star Rating TemplateInsert two different types of stars (☆★) […]

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Change the Default Chart Type in Excel

Do you know you can insert a chart with a shortcuts key? You can use Alt + F1 to insert a chart. But here’s a twist. In Excel, default chart type is a two-dimensional column chart. So, if you want to insert a line chart or any other chart which you use frequently with a […]

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How To Add Secondary Axis In Excel Charts In Simple Steps

Steps For Adding A Secondary Axis In Your Chart Follow these simple steps to create a dual axis. Method 1 Select the data series for which you want to add a secondary axis. Right Click on it & Go to Format Data Series → Series Option → Activate Secondary Axis. Now, you have a two scales in your chart. […]

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