We will now change the display of a chart by clicking the change chart type command. This will take us to a dialog box where we can select a particular chart template and change the way that the data on the chart is represented. In this case, we will choose a line chart. It can also be represented in a two or three-dimensional way. To do this, again, click change chart type, select the type of chart style you wish to use, in this case, column, and then at the top of the column list, you can see different ways to see how a column works; whether it's bars side by side, stacked columns in different varieties, or we can start to look at three-dimensional columns in different varieties. Once you've made your choice, select okay.
To further change the look of your chart, you can use the small command buttons that appear at the top right-hand corner of the chart to make some changes. The plus button allows you to add or remove chart elements. In addition to this, I can filter the display of the data by clicking the filter icon to the right of the chart, deciding which series or categories I wish to show, and then clicking apply. By clicking the brush command, I can change the chart styles either by choosing a series of pre-loaded styles, or by clicking the color command, I can choose one of the color styles that I prefer.
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