How Do I Move An Embedded Chart To A Chart Sheet?
– Click the embedded chart that you want to move to a chart sheet.
– Choose Chart Tools ➪ Design ➪ Location ➪ Move Chart.
– The Move Chart dialog box appears.
– Select the New Sheet option.
– Enter a name for the chart sheet or you can keep the default name provided by Excel.
– Click OK
- Click the embedded chart that you want to move to a chart sheet. - Choose Chart Tools ➪ Design ➪ Location ➪ Move Chart. - The Move Chart dialog box appears. - Select the New Sheet option. - Enter a name for the chart sheet or you can keep the default name provided by Excel. - Click OK
Embedded chart:- An embedded chart is considered a graphic object and is saved as part of the worksheet on which it is created. ... Chart sheets:- A chart sheet is a separate sheet within your workbook that has its own sheet name
The ChartObject object is a member of the ChartObjects collection. The ChartObjects collection contains all the embedded charts on a single sheet. Use ChartObjects (index), where index is the embedded chart index number or name, to return a single ChartObject object
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