Use this shortcut to snap objects to the Excel grid, including including charts, shapes, smart art, and text boxes. This works both for dragging objects to a new location on the worksheet, as well as resizing objects so that their edges align to the grid. This is a very handy way to ensure objects are exactly the same size without enabling the snap to grid setting in Excel.
In this video, we look at how to build a chart that automatically includes new data, and dynamically highlights the top and bottom values. This is an easy way to create an interactive chart for dashboards and other reports.
In this video, we'll look at how to chart average daylight hours for each month of the year, using sunrise and sunset data. This is a good example of a floating bar technique using a stacked column chart and helper columns.
In this video, we demo how to plot results from a survey question in an Excel bar chart. Along the way, we use the COUNTIF function to build a summary table, and show a simple technique for creating an "other" bucket.