# How to create a column graph in excel 2010

### How do I create a column and line chart in Excel 2010?

**Excel 2010**–**Create**a Combo**Chart**- Select the Cells. Select the cells containing the headings and numbers to be included in the
**chart**. **Insert**a**Column Chart**. Click the**Insert**tab on the Ribbon.- The
**Column Chart**. - Change One of the Bars (to a
**Line**) - Display the Scale for the
**Line**on Secondary Axis (Optional)

### How do I create a column chart in Excel?

**Excel**2016: Click

**Insert**>

**Insert Column**or Bar

**Chart**icon, and select a

**column chart**option of your choice.

**Excel**2013: Click

**Insert**>

**Insert Column Chart**icon, and select a

**column chart**option of your choice.

**Excel**2010 and

**Excel**2007: Click

**Insert**>

**Column**, and select a

**column chart**option of your choice.

### How do I make a bar graph in Excel 2010?

### How do I make an XY graph in Excel 2010?

### How do I create a bar graph in Excel with two variables?

To

**create**a combo**chart**, select the data you want displayed, then click the dialog launcher in the corner of the**Charts**group on the**Insert**tab to open the**Insert Chart**dialog box. Select combo from the All**Charts**tab. Select the**chart**type you want for each data series from the dropdown options.### How do I create a comparison chart in Excel?

**Excel**does not have a built-in

**comparison chart**or any

**comparison chart**template

**Excel**. So to

**create a comparison chart in Excel**, we will click on the Border icon in Home Tab. Click on the drop-down arrow and select All Borders. Once you click on All Borders, borders will highlight each cell.

### How do you make a comparison?

If the adjective ends with the letter “y,” change the “y” to “i” and add “-er.” If the adjective has two or more syllables, you can

**make**it**comparative**by adding “more” before the adjective. Then, to**make a comparison**, use the word “than” before the second noun you’re**comparing**to.### How do I put Excel data into a graph?

Right-click the chart, and then choose Select

**Data**. The Select**Data**Source dialog box appears on the worksheet that contains the source**data**for the chart. Leaving the dialog box open, click**in the**worksheet, and then click and drag to select all the**data**you want to use for the chart, including the new**data**series.### How many steps are needed to modify a chart?

**Step**1: Choosing

**chart**type, custom type, bar

**graph**, line

**graph**, scatter etc…

**Step**4: Change background fill, border colours, border styles, shadow effects and 3-D format

**Step**2: Selecting data range, series name, series value, category (x) label etc…

### Is it important to modify the elements of a chart?

For many users, it’s

**modifying**the**chart**to make it look exactly the way you want it to look. Sometimes that means fiddling around with the data, or adding**elements**like data labels or a trendline, or figuring out how to format the**chart**to make it look fantastic.### How do you represent a chart?

A

**chart**is a graphical representation for data visualization, in which “the data is**represented**by symbols, such as bars in a bar**chart**, lines in a line**chart**, or slices in a pie**chart**“.### What are the 3 main types of graphs?

**Three types of graphs**are used in this course: line

**graphs**, pie

**graphs**, and bar

**graphs**.

### What is the difference between graphs and charts?

**Charts**present information

**in the**form of

**graphs**,

**diagrams**or tables.

**Graphs**show the mathematical relationship

**between**sets of data.

**Graphs**are one type of

**chart**, but not the only type of

**chart**; in other words, all

**graphs**are

**charts**, but not all

**charts**are

**graphs**.

### What are the 6 types of graphs?

**You can choose from many**

**types of graphs**to display data, including:- Line
**graph**. Line**graphs**illustrate how related data changes over a specific period of time. - Bar
**graph**. - 3 .
- Histogram.
- Area
**graph**. - Scatter plot.

### What are the 4 types of graph?

There are several

**different types**of charts and**graphs**. The**four**most common are probably line**graphs**, bar**graphs**and histograms, pie charts, and Cartesian**graphs**.### How do I choose the right graph?

**Choosing**a

**graphing**style by data type

When comparing values, use column, bar, line and scatter-plot charts. When showing the distribution of data, use scatter-plot, line, column and bar charts. When analyzing trends in data, use line and column charts.

### What is a column graph?

A

**column graph**summarizes categorical data by presenting parallel vertical bars with a height (and hence area) proportionate to specific quantities of data for each category. This type of**graph**can be useful in comparing two or more distributions of nominal- or ordinal-level data.### When should you use a line graph?

A

**line graph**is commonly**used to**display change over time as a series of data points connected by straight**line**segments on two axes. The**line graph**therefore helps**to**determine the relationship between two sets of values, with**one**data set always being dependent on the other set.