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Pie charts are a circular chart divided into sectors, illustrating proportion. I remembered learning them when I was in primary school. Apparently it was invented by this person called William Playfair in 1801.
In the United States Congress there are currently a number of disagreements between Democrats and Republicans regarding the United States debt.
Here are more examples for form designs in Microsoft Excel.
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Entering data on thoughtfully and beautifully designed forms can be a pleasure! Look at these examples.
Entering data is one of the most common tasks performed in Microsoft Excel. That must the reason that Microsoft Excel 2007 has provided thousands of downloadable form templates.
This is an alternative interpretation of my previous Excel chart on the 2011 Singapore General Election results by James C Lee.
This is an Excel chart to summarise the latest election results of Singapore. The People’s Action Party has won almost every contested area in Singapore.
On Friday 11 March 2011, a 9.0-magnitude undersea earthquake off the coast of Japan caused crippling damage to nuclear reactors at the Fukushima I and II Nuclear Power Plant in Ōkuma.
FundSuperMart is a Singapore produced magazine covering investment insights and trends on mutual funds. I picked up a copy at a 7-11 store and thumbed it through. I liked the articles. They appear thoughtfully written and are supported by charts.
Steve Jobs would never be caught with an ugly slide during a MacWorld Expo! His presentation slides, like all Apple products. were always beautifully simple.
Have you ever told yourself that creating great looking Excel charts is hard? Well it’s not. You only need to understand the only reason we create charts is to aid comprehension of a trend.
I came across this stock chart in the Kuala Lumpur’s edition of the Business Times while I was in Malaysia. The chart has an elegant treatment of dates. I have seen this sort of designs in many magazines and wanted an afternoon challenge to do this in Excel.