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Learn how to use Pivot Charts in MS Excel 2007 in this easy to follow step by step tutorial.
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So far in this lesson, we have always talked about pivot tables. Pivot tables are a very powerful feature and for a few features of Excel, we had a pivot chart. A pivot chart in Excel 2003 though was really kind of clunky. They did not work very well. Let me show how they have improved in Excel 2007. Once we have a pivot table, we can convert it to pivot chart simply by clicking the pivot chart icon in the options ribbon. We can choose what type of chart we would like to see. I am going to choose the stacked column chart, the second thumbnail in the insert chart dialog. Click okay and Excel draws a default pivot table.
We have dates going along the bottom and then you could see the defects that popped up on the 28th, 29th and 30th of the month. This is a great visual view that the red line, line number two started having problems earlier than the other lines. But eventually on the last day of the month, you could see the purple and green become substantial. Now, what is fascinating about the pivot table is that we can change the value in the report filter. If I click the filter button at the right hand side of the report filter dropdown, I can show all, click okay. There is the analysis of all of our defects or I could choose any other specific defect. For example, air-conditioning failure, you will see that these were relatively constant throughout the month but there was something around the 20th or the 21st where those numbers spiked up.
The pivot chart filter pink can tend to get in the way, feel free to drag that out of the way so you could see the entire pivot chart. If you would like to change the pivot chart to a different type of chart, for example, a line chart or an area chart. That is easy to do using the change chart type icon in the ribbon. I will use a stacked area chart, click okay and then we have a completely different view of our data. Of course, all of the charting formatting options that we will discuss in another lesson are available here in pivot charts. Well, pivot charts were fairly hard to use in old version of Excel. Check them out in Excel 2007. They have come a long way and are very, very useful.