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Creating an Efficient Dashboard in Excel

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Graphs within dashboards are meant to be dynamic, representing data from a period of time that will change each time the dashboard is updated with new data.

Rather than update each graph to point to a different set within a static set of data, try creating a dynamic set that will update for you!  This video will show you how.
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Because of the size of the spreadsheet in the video, I was unable to see what was being entered, both data and formulas.

Is there a way to make the spreadsheet in the video full screen?
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This article will guide you to convert a grid from a picture into Excel format using Microsoft OneNote and no other 3rd party application.
After seeing numerous questions for Dynamic Data Validation I notice that most have used Visual Basic to solve the problem. This suggestion is purely formula based and can be used in multiple rows.

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