How to display multiple charts in one chart sheet?
Supposing you have multiple charts which located in different worksheets of your workbook, and now, you want to place all of the charts into one single chart sheet, so that you can compare or print them together. This article, I will talk about a quick trick to accomplish this task.
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You can move and display multiple charts in one chart sheet with following steps:
1. Create a chart sheet that you want to place all embedded charts into it.
2. Then select your first chart that you want to move it to the chart sheet, and then right click, choose Move Chart from the context menu, see screenshot:
3. And in the Move Chart dialog box, check Object in option, and select the chart sheet name that you prepare for putting the charts from the drop down list. See screenshot:
4. Then click OK to close this dialog, and your selected chart has been moved to the chart sheet.
5. Repeat steps2 to 4 for the second, third and the nth chart you want to move. After finishing moving the charts, and you will view theses chart at the same time in the chart sheet, see screenshot:
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- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.I've followed this, but what can I actually do with this chart sheet once I have a layout? I can't seem to copy and paste the charts in word like I could when they were in a spreadsheet.
- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.I initially had this issue you need to create a new chart object. Make sure you are on an empty cell not data, click on sheet tab, click insert, then click on chart and OK. Makes a blank chart you can add your charts to.
- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.The idea is exactly what I want to achieve, however it does not really work.
It does not create the nice mosaic you show, but instead changes the size of the first moved figure, and overlays all the subsequent figures on top of it, in an overlapped stack.
By the time I get a reply to this I have probably fixed it, or found alternative means, but you should consider this in your guide =)
with kind regards