Sometimes, the most time-consuming chores have more to do
with appearance than the actual information you’re working with. For example,
let’s say you’ve just created a Microsoft Excel chart that details your
organization’s first quarter sales for 2005, and you spent a lot of time
formatting it for your presentation.
You like the
format, so you decide to make the other charts in your presentation look like
it. However, you don’t have the time to reformat all 10 charts.
reformatting each chart individually, you can copy the format to the other
charts. Follow these steps:
the chart whose formats you want to copy.
to Edit | Copy.
one of the charts that you want to reformat.
to Edit | Paste Special.
Formats, and click OK.
Repeat this procedure for each chart you want to reformat.
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