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Create a Pie Chart in MS Excel
The Video above explains how to create a Pie Chart in MS Excel. The Text below is from a Microsoft Excel Support Blog
Add a pie chart
Pie charts are a popular way to show how much individual amounts—such as quarterly sales figures—contribute to a total amount—such as annual sales.
- In your spreadsheet, select the data to use for your pie chart.For more information about how pie chart data should be arranged, see Data for pie charts.
- Click Insert > Insert Pie or Doughnut Chart, and then pick the chart you want.
- Click the chart and then click the icons next to the chart to add finishing touches:
TIP: You can draw attention to individual slices of the pie chart by dragging them out
Data for pie charts
Pie charts can convert one column or row of spreadsheet data into a pie chart. Each slice of pie (data point) shows the size or percentage of that slice relative to the whole pie.
Pie charts work best when:
- You have only one data series.
- None of the data values are zero or less than zero.
- You have no more than seven categories, because more than seven slices can make a chart hard to read.
TIP: If your data won’t work in a pie chart, try a bar chart, column chart, or line chart.
Other types of pie charts
In addition to 3-D pie charts, you can create a pie of pie or bar of pie chart. These charts show smaller values pulled out into a secondary pie or stacked bar chart, which makes them easier to distinguish. To switch to one of these pie charts, click the chart, and then on the Chart Tools Design tab, click Change Chart Type. When the Change Chart Type gallery opens, pick the one you want.