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Excel Tips Tutorial: How to Change the Default Style of an Entire Excel Workbook Using Cell Styles

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Excel Worksheets Tutorial for Microsoft Excel 2013

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How to Share Workbooks in Excel 2013 Tutorial

Save and Save As Excel 2013 Tutorial

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Understanding Excel Charts Tutorial

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How to Create and Use a Pivot Table in Microsoft Excel 2013 - Excel Pivot Table Tutorial

How to Pivot Data with Excel Pivot Tables Tutorial

How to Create a Macro in Microsoft Excel 2013

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Drop Down Lists Tutorial in Excel 2013

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Excel For Noobs Tutorial: Chart Elements How to Add, Move, Delete and Cutomize Chart Elements

How to Add or Move Chart Elements

To add or move chart elements such as titles, gridlines, and legends, select your chart, then under Chart Tools click on the Design tab. In the Chart Layouts group click on Add Chart Element and a drop-down menu will appear offering you different chart elements that you can add to your chart. Scroll over the chart elements and a sub menu will appear offering you additional options to either add or move the chart element. Click on the element you want to add or move and it will officially be applied to your chart.

How to Remove Chart Elements

To remove chart elements from an Excel chart, simply select your chart, click on the Design Tab under Chart Tools and in the Chart Layout group click on the Add Chart Element button. A menu will appear with a list of chart elements. Scroll over the chart element that you want to remove and a sub menu will appear offering you addition options. Click the None option and that chart element will be removed from your chart.

Some chart elements such as data labels consist of multiple parts. To delete only parts of a chart element simply click on the individual part of the chart element that you want to delete, then right-click and from the short-cut menu click on the Delete button.

How to Format Chart Elements

Most people are content with the chart layouts and style however you are able to make formatting changes to individual chart elements. To customize individual chart elements follow the steps below.

Step 1: Click on the chart element you want to customize.

Step 2: Right-click and a shortcut menu will appear.

Step 3: From the shortcut menu click on the Format Chart Element button and a dialog box will appear allowing you to make changes to that specific chart element.

This button will read depending on the chart element you have selected. For example, if you are editing the Chart Title you would click on Format Chart Title. The dialog box that appears will also be dependent upon the chart element you are editing. For example, if you are making changes to the Chart Legend, the Format Legend dialog box will appear.

Step 4: Now navigate through the dialog box to customize your chart element.

Excel 2013 Excel 2010
Format Chart Elements in Excel 2013
Format Chart Elements in Excel 2013
Notice that the dialog box in Excel 2013 has a different look and navigation path than the same dialog box in Excel 2010. All the same options are still available, the look is just different and the location of each command in the dialog box is different. Navigate through either dialog box and you should be able to find what you are looking for.

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