Microsoft Word is a wonderful application for document creation. If you adding more in-built feature is making your Winword more attractive and useful.
Adding Charts and Graphs are pretty good in terms of explaining a project or task.
This tutorial shows you How to Create Charts and Graphs in Microsoft Word.
You might have seen many Winword documents which has Chars and Graphs in it.
Adding Charts and Graphs on Word is very simple and easy. Microsoft Office gives you various type of templates to select from as: Scatter Graphs, Pie Charts, Surface Charts, Stock Charts and more….
How to Create Charts and Graphs in Microsoft Word ?
Open your Microsoft Word document file and then click Insert >> Chart.
You will see the Chart menu opens in the left column. Now you can select the type of chart which you like to create and select the desired template accordingly.
Now you may Click on OK button to just insert the chart in the Word document (where the cursor is positioned currently).
As of now Microsoft Office will likewise open Excel (in split perspective), which makes it simple to insert the data in the present chart. The chart is consequently upgraded in the changes made in the Excel spread-sheet.
How to Customize your charts in Microsoft Word ?
Choosing a chart in your Microsoft Word document will open Chart Tools menu.
Now you can easily customize the Word chart layout, style, type and data simply by going to the Chart Tools >> Design tab.
Moreover, other customization features / options are available in the Layout and Format tabs in the Winword.
Microsoft Word also provides you an another tool to visually represent information in your Microsoft Word documents.
This tool is called the SmartArt tool. You can read more about SmartArt Graphics here.
I hope this tutorial ” How to Create Charts and Graphs in Microsoft Word” will be very useful.