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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Keynote™ for Mac OS® X by Curt Simmons

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Chapter 4. Using Charts

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Create effective presentation charts

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Make chart data look great

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Choose and work with different chart types

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Use and master chart components to give a presentation an extra edge

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A chart is a graphical representation of some information, usually numbers, percentages, and other basic types of data. In a nutshell, a chart is used to make data easier to understand. A chart is a lot like a table in that it presents data in a logical manner. Unlike a table, a chart is a visual representation of data.

In this chapter, you’ll learn just about everything there is to know about creating and using ...

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