How to Create Graphs by Inserting Fields & Merging From a Database

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Creating graphs by inserting fields and merging from a database is something that you can do using the import feature in Word. Create graphs by inserting fields and merging from a database with help from an experienced computer professional in this free video clip.

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Greetings, everybody. My name is Jeff, and today I'm going to show you how to input a graph from a database in to Microsoft Word. Microsoft Excel allows you to create graphs from databases quite easily, really good looking graphs and it's very easy to import it in to Microsoft Word with your text. So I'm going to show you how to do that right now. So I have a blank Microsoft Word document ready to go and I also have a little chart. Little database. It's very small example. So I have names, Patrick, Jeff and Zack and then the respective ages. So to make a graph, I'm going to go to chart, I'm just going to do a 3-D column. 3-D. Yeah one of those. There we have a nice 3D column. That's incredibly. And then I'm going to copy that, command C and then I'm going to go back to my Word document and I'm going to do command V. Bada bing bada boom. We have a graph from our database from Excel and it's now in Microsoft Word. And that's how you import a graph from a database in to Microsoft Word. I'm Jeff and thank you very much for watching.

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