Chapter 9: Charting and Analyzing Data 191 Figure 9-8: The Legend menu lets you place it in different locations on your chart. Designing the layout of a chart Although you could add and modify the individual parts of a chart yourself, such as the location of the chart title or legend, you may find it faster to choose a predefined layout for your chart. To choose a predefined chart layout, follow these steps: 1. Click the chart you want to modify. The Chart Tools tab appears. 2. Click the Design contextual tools tab under the Chart Tools tab. 3. Click the More button in the Chart Layouts group, as shown in Figure 9-9. A pull-down menu appears.
192 Part III: Playing the Numbers with Excel Click the More button to see additional layouts. Figure 9-9: The More button displays a pull-down menu to display the different chart layouts available. 4. Click a chart layout. Excel changes your chart. Deleting a chart Charts may be nice to look at, but eventually you may want to delete them. To delete a chart, follow these steps: 1. Click the chart you want to delete. 2. Press Delete. You can also right-click a chart; then, when the pop-up menu appears, choose Cut. Organizing Lists in Pivot Tables Ordinary spreadsheets let you compare two sets of data such as sales versus time or products sold versus the salesperson who sold them. Unfortunately, if you want to know how many products each salesperson