Charts are used to display series of numeric data in a graphical format to make it easier to understand large quantities of data and the relationship between different series of data. When you create a chart or change an existing chart, you can select from a variety of chart types (such as a column chart or a pie chart) and their subtypes (such as a stacked column chart or a pie in 3-D chart). To modify a chart, you can: Instead of manually adding or changing chart elements or formatting the chart, you can quickly apply a predefined chart layout and chart style to your chart.You can also create a combination chart by using more than one chart type in your chart. Some of these elements are displayed by default, others can be added as needed. Word provides a variety of useful predefined layouts and styles that you can select, but you can fine-tune a layout or style if it is needed by making manual changes to the layout and format of individual chart elements, such as the chart area, plot area, data series, or legend of the chart.
Sub Change Chart Range() Dim i As Integer, r As Integer, n As Integer, p1 As Integer, p2 As Integer, p3 As Integer Dim rng As Range Dim ax As Range 'Cycles through each series For n = 1 To Active Chart. Count Step 1 r = 0 'Finds the current range of the series and the axis For i = 1 To Len(Active Chart.
Offset(0, 1)) 'Sets new range for each series Active Chart. Values = rng 'Updates axis Set ax = Range(Mid(Active Chart.
If Microsoft Office Excel 2007 is installed on your computer, you can take advantage of the advanced charting capabilities in Microsoft Office Word 2007.
Important: If Office Excel 2007 is not installed when you create a new chart in Office Word 2007, Microsoft Graph opens. A chart and axis title that you can use in the chart. A data label that you can use to identify the details of a data point in a data series.
Formula, i, 1) = "," Then r = r + 1 If r = 1 Then p1 = i + 1 If r = 2 Then p2 = i If r = 3 Then p3 = i End If Next i 'Defines new range Set rng = Range(Mid(Active Chart. Formula, p2 + 1, p3 - p2 - 1)) Set rng = Range(rng, rng. UPDATE: Have changed code to accommodate multiple series with screenshots Sub Chart Range Add() On Error Resume Next Dim o Cht As Chart, a Formula Old As Variant, a Formula New As Variant Dim i As Long, s As Long Dim o Rng As Range, s Tmp As String, s Base As String Set o Cht = Active Sheet.
You can of cause change to apply to all Charts in a Worksheet.