Visual representation of worksheet data.
Horizontal line at the bottom of the chart that displays categories.
Vertical line at the left side of the chart that displays values.
Identify what is shown in each axis.
Sequence of related numbers that shows a trend.
Single chart symbol that represents one value in a data series.
identifies what each data series represents.
Vertical and horizontal lines that help identify the value for each data series.
Part of the chart contained with the vertical and horizontal axis.
Entire chart and all the elements.
Shows relative importance of values over a period of time
Compares values among individual items.
Compares values across categories over time.
Shows trends by category over time.
Describes relationship of parts to a whole.(Delicious Dessert)
Shows changes in data or data frequency relative to a center point.
Shows relationship between two kinds of related data.
Individual parts of a chart.
Predefined arrangement of elements.
Predefined set of chart colors and fills.
Grid containing the charts underlying worksheet data.
Sheet in a workbook that contains only a chart.
Tiny charts that fit into one cell.
Tiny column chart that includes a bar in each cell in a selected range.
Also called x-axis.
Shows data trends over time.
Comparing values over time.