When you need to add text to your Excel charts, you can save a little time. This trick will let you skip the step of creating a text box.
To add text outside your chart titles, you usually have to create a text box. But with Excel 2002/2003, you can just type it in. Follow these steps:
- Select the chart you want to add text to.
- Start typing the text. As you type, the text will appear in the formula bar.
- Press Enter.
- Move and format the resultant text box.
The text will be displayed in a text box that can be moved and formatted as required.
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