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Learn Excel - "Charting Improvements in Excel 2013"


June 17, 2014 - by Bill Jelen

Change is nice. And no, there is no 'Learn Excel from MrExcel' Podcast today… we've an article to read instead.

Charts and Graphs: Microsoft Excel 2013

Is your Excel work 'Chart Heavy'? Do you do a lot of Charting in Microsoft Excel? Curious about Charting in Excel 2013? Well, MrExcel is here to tell you that Charting improved greatly in Excel 2013, with new features like Recommended Charts, easier Combo Charts, and Chart Labels from Cells. Read about each feature in the article that I wrote for Strategic Finance: Chart Improvements 2013 (opens as a PDF).

Use Excel 2013's radically revamped Charting and Graphing tools to communicate more clearly, powerfully, and quickly… so you drive your message home, and get the decisions and actions you're looking for! Check out Charts and Graphs: Microsoft Excel 2013 – by Bill Jelen.


Bill Jelen is the author / co-author of
Excel Dynamic Arrays Straight to the Point

The new Dynamic Array Functions are just one side-effect of an effort to completely rewrite the Calculation Engine in Excel. Joe McDaid and the rest of the CALC team have the laid the groundwork for all future functions in Excel. Yes, the first crop of SORT, SORTBY, FILTER, UNIQUE, SEQUENCE and RANDARRAY are awesome and powerful, but they are just the first of many new functions that will come to Office 365 over the coming years.