Microsoft PowerPoint: Introduction to Data Visualization with Charts
Microsoft PowerPoint Training Series | Level 2
Duration: 1/2 day
Microsoft® PowerPoint® Versions: 2016 | 2019 | 365
Delivery Methods: Instructor-led classroom (ILC) | Virtual classroom (VC) on request
Course Dates: November 29, 2019 (pm) | View schedule
Course Fee: $195 CDN per person + HST or BYOD (bring your own device): $145 CDN person + HST*
Note: Public scheduled dates for this course are delivered as live instructor-led classroom training.
This instructor-led PowerPoint course is designed for the user who wants to take advantage of the various types of charts in PowerPoint 2016. Students will learn to generate charts from data from different sources. A variety of charts available in PowerPoint 2016 will be created using different strategies. Throughout this course, the instructor will include numerous tips, tricks and shortcuts.
Prerequisite: Microsoft PowerPoint: Introduction or equivalent knowledge and skills.
Custom training: This course may be delivered at your site or ours as an instructor-led or virtual classroom solution. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information including savings for custom group training.
Related training: View all Microsoft PowerPoint courses >
INCLUDED IN THIS COURSE
- Comprehensive course manual
- Keyboard shortcuts quick reference
- Sample and exercise files
- Refreshments (for classes conducted in Avantix Learning classrooms)
- Certificate of completion
- Follow-up email support
Using PowerPoint Buttons and Themes
- Adding chart related buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar
- Applying themes to format charts consistently
Generating Charts from Data in PowerPoint 2016
- Inserting charts using different types of source data
- Selecting a chart type
- Changing the chart type
- Using recommended chart types in 2016
- Adding alternative text to charts
Working with Source Data
- Editing source data in PowerPoint
- Editing source data in Excel
- Adding new data to the source
- Updating links with external data
Applying Formatting to Charts in PowerPoint 2016
- Selecting elements in a chart
- Adding elements to a chart
- Applying chart styles and styles
- Resetting a chart
- Adding a trend line to a chart
Saving Time with Chart Templates
- Saving custom chart templates
- Applying a custom chart template
Using New Chart Types in PowerPoint 2016
- Creating Treemap charts
- Inserting Sunburst charts
- Generating Waterfall charts
- Creating Histogram charts
- Designing Pareto charts
- Inserting Box and Whisker charts
- Copying a chart to Word
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