Chapter 18. Working with chart elements

When you understand the basics of chart design and configuration, you can use chart element properties to gain further control over the appearance of data visualizations in your report. In this chapter, you learn how to use color palettes and properties of the vertical and horizontal axes to enhance the readability of your charts. You also learn how to work with series properties to produce more advanced layouts using bubble charts, calculated series, secondary axes, multiple chart types, and multiple chart areas. Last, you learn about some hidden properties available to manipulate slices in pie charts.

Changing color palettes

When you create a chart, a default color palette applies to the values of bars, ...

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