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Microsoft Word 2013: Charts #VideoIWish

Submitted by Youssef Ballo on Thu, 07/31/2014 - 1:47am.

There are many features in Microsoft Word that individuals don’t use. Most people use it to write and use its basic features. However, Microsoft Word can launch Microsoft Graph and automatically make a chart based on the table created. The latest Microsoft Word support many types of charts and graph to help display data in a document. After watching this video, I learned about different types of graph and charts that can be useful in a document.

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