Macro to update a TON of charts

Barber_91

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Hey all,

Some nugget in my department created an Excel file with about 50 worksheets. Each worksheet contains about 5 Excel graphs with the raw data above on each page.

We now need to update this report for this year. While the raw data has been updated, I now have to go into every excel chart and right click then go to "Source Data" and update the fields to include the new line of data.

Is there a macro that would automatically change the charts for me?

Basically, I need to change the range for every chart to include one more line.
 

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