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Muliple series bubble chart in PowerPoint

Posted on 2012-08-13
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Last Modified: 2012-08-14

How do you create a bubble chart in PowerPoint with 2 or more series, each referencing a different set of X values? (Without using VBA or macros, that is.)


Pete Luetchford
Xenacode Ltd
Question by:xenacode
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Echo_S earned 2000 total points
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Make a bubble chart with one data series.

Click the chart, choose Chart Tools Design Tab | Select Data.

Click Add.

In the Edit Series dialog, input the data ranges, or click the select range button on the end of the dropdown/input field and select series name (for the legend), X, Y and size values on your spreadsheet. Click OK to add the series.

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Perfect. Thanks.

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