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How to create a Bar Graph with this data in Excel

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Excel 2007.

How do I create a bar-graph with (# of rooms) as X-axis and "Number of students" as y-axis


# of rooms      Number of Students
36                  1
32                  2
31                  1
26                  1
25                  2
24                  1
22                  2
21                  3
20                  6
19                  3
18                  4
17                  6
16                  8
15                12
14                14
13                  9
12                10
11                10
10                11
9                 4
8                 4
7                 1
1                 89
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 500 total points
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If you have this in A1 to B24 where row 1 has the titles then delete the title # of rooms from A1 and then select the data range A1:B24 and then insert a column chart.
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Phew. It worked. Thank you! Tank you! Thank you! indeed.
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