# Learningcomputer.com. The Insert Tab will let you add external objects in your workbook You can insert things pictures, clip art images, smart art graphics,

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The Insert Tab will let you add external objects in your workbook You can insert things pictures, clip art images, smart art graphics, charts, Pivot tables, hyperlinks, header and footer sections, etc. For our lesson today we will be using my personal budget workbook I have split my workbook into three sections, income, expenditures and balance

When working with any numerical data, you can use charts to give important visual clues. Lets cover different types of Charts Column and Bar chart are typically used to plot data against categories for example product types, Sales quarters etc. Line and area charts are useful to show trends or time for example a stock price Chart displayed or time The pie chart is beneficial in understanding breakdown and allocation of quantity. This is the one be used for our personal budget Scatter also known as XY chart are useful in mathematical and scientific settings. They help you understand relation between X and Why values

We will start of with a 2-D Clustered Column Chart Next we will switch it to a 3-D Pie Chart Using Quick Syltes under Design Tab, we will try another one We will add a title and legend using quick layout Move chart to a new Excel Sheet Review Layout options

Utilizing the table feature, you can: Sort and filter your data easily Format portion of your workbook using quick styles command under the table styles group For the Pivot table we will use Another Excel sheet Product Sales by Category Have Category at Vertical Axis Have Product as the Horizontal Axis Amount right in the middle

Using illustrations group we can insert graphics into Excel workbook Clip Art is similar in concept so we will not cover that one Lets say that we need to insert a picture that portrays budget relevance into our Excel sheet. Demo

We are going to switch gears do the following: Sum up all the student scores in column L Calculate the percentages achieved in column M Computer the average After this we will go back to the Number group and change format for: Percentage column Averages to two decimal places

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