/ excel 2010 chart axis titles
Hmmm... just worked it out (by clicking in the title box and typing =, then clicking on the cell) - but is there a way to do this more automatically?
I thought that as well, but it isn't working for me on a PC...
It used to in 2003...
I've found that Excel 2010 has made some things much more difficult. Took me ages to work out how to add labels the other day (at least 5 minutes!), when old Excle used to do it automatically. There is a handy tab that gives you lots of options though - for some reason I didn't think of looking in the ribbon for the answer.
Just to confirm Monks comment. When you have clicked on the chart look at the ribbon. You will see some thumbnails of graph "styles"
Expand the box by clicking the arrow in the corner
choose a "style" with labels
Madening isn't it. But easy enough to do once you know
> Madening isn't it. But easy enough to do once you know
but you still need to manually tell it where to get the axis title information from - it can't work it out on its own anymore.....
I was just relieved to find it i was happy to type them
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