A small excursion into the wonderful world of charting in Excel when you create sophisticated diagrams in Excel is the one or the other hurdle to be overcome, because many claims are directed to a professional chart, not to meet with the standard functions of Excel. But you can often compensate for this shortcoming with clever use of existing Excel functions, as well as the combination of various chart types in a chart. A good, if very simple example is the published column chart. At first glance, it is a secular standard diagram that can be created within a few minutes. On closer inspection however is, that the individual months totals will be displayed above the stacked columns for the twelve months of a. Have you ever tried this in Excel to implement? What whatever are you trying to get it with the standard Excel available the blades not to get. Why this is not possible, probably remains a mystery by Microsoft.
I can not imagine that the profane illumination of one total value above the stacked columns is a programming challenge! But whatever the case, the functionality does not exist. However, to resolve a problem using some tricks and the skillful combination of various chart types in a chart entirely. Can you implement professional diagrams that policies meet the technical demands of a controller as well as the requirements of corporate design, in MS Excel? You can! Many users, especially employees in finance and controlling, regularly face the question of how a complex situation can be best represented in graphical form. If no special tools to visualize available used usually on MS Excel. This also makes sense, because often the data are already available in Excel format or can be exported from legacy systems in such a format. Also the wide distribution and that therefore claims accompanied by Compatibility of Microsoft Office products in favour of their use.