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By robttek ·
how do i construct graphs (y=x 2) in office

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by DKlippert In reply to graphs in office

Use either Excel, or go to insert Object and choose the built in Microsoft Graph

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by robttek In reply to graphs in office

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by R. A. Caluste In reply to graphs in office

you have to manually draw the graph. if you want a graph based on a certain equation, you might need applications similar to MathCAD.

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by kees.valkenswaard In reply to graphs in office

I would use Excel, as virtually any formula can be expressed in Excel. Start with a given value, in the next column the formula. Below the start value put another value. Select both cells and pull down with the fill handle to generate a series of values [based on the difference between value 1 and 2]. Double click on the fill handle of the formula. Select the area, draw the graph and paste it into any other office application.
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