How To Create a Milestone Chart
Tracking all the steps of a project is an important task. It’s as important as the execution of the each step. In fact, tracking makes execution easy. And, a milestone chart is a perfect way to track a project in a simple way.
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In the projects I have worked so far, Milestone Charts are often one of the most discussed parts. A commitment to deliver is as important as the project itself. Milestone chart is an effective tool to depict project scope and timelines. In this post, I will show you a simple technique to quickly generate a Milestone chart in Excel.
Typically most people create charts with one style such as a column chart, a line chart, or a pie chart. If my chart has more than one data series for example monthly targets and actual monthly sales, you may sometimes want to display these as multiple styles on the same chart. This is where a combination chart is really useful.
If you are struggling while selecting a chart for a single data point, you can use a bullet chart. Or, if you don’t like using gauge chart, you can replace it will a bullet chart. So today, I’ll show you a step by step process to create a bullet chart in excel. Along with that, I’ll explain each step in detail. In the end of this post, you’ll be able to quickly create a bullet chart.
It’s really easy to create a chart in Excel that expands automatically when you add new data to it. Usually a chart is set up to only display what is currently on the data sheet, but by a few tweaks and Excel magic we can set up a chart in such a way to allow a chart to automatically accommodate new data as it is added.
You can create a Microsoft Excel Chart and show the data in a graphical way. In this video you can learn step by step how to do it. In this example you can see a kind of Chart in Excel, but you can create a lot of different types of Chart to show your information...
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Do you suffer from Forgot-to-change-chart-titles syndrome? I do. Worry not. Today’s prescription include an article and a video on how to create dynamic chart titles in excel. Suppose you have the data as shown below and you have created a chart using it. Suppose you have the data as shown in the tutorial and you have created a chart using it.
In this post, you will learn how to create a Waffle Chart In Excel and how can you use it in your dashboards. You will also learn about benefits & limitations of it. Excel Waffle Chart is easy to create, looks good and the user can easily understand it. You can use this chart to track your project completion, show KPIs, sales achievement etc. C