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    Hi,

    Here is a gimmick way to create a chart in cell, using a formula. See the picture for details. If you want to break the norm of using conditional formats...and be a little different and creative...then try this!

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    Hi Rudi

    I posted something similar in Oct. 2007 Post 672522 and as usual the Loungers managed tobetter it

    Cheers

    Steve
    Cheers

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    Other nice examples can be found in More on Excel in-cell graphing. There's a link to download a workbook with all the samples at the end of the article.

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    Thanks for that link....some great examples there. Besides the bars, I quite like that example featuring the ----------------o.

    Interesting.
    Regards,
    Rudi

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    [quote name='stevehocking' post='763686' date='05-Mar-2009 12:37']Hi Rudi

    I posted something similar in Oct. 2007 Post 672522 and as usual the Loungers managed tobetter it

    Cheers

    Steve[/quote]

    Awesome
    Thanks John
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    Other nice examples can be found in More on Excel in-cell graphing. There's a link to download a workbook with all the samples at the end of the article.
    Thanks John but HansV's ink is even better (editted, of course I meant link but perhap his ink is better too!!)
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    [quote name='stevehocking' post='764091' date='07-Mar-2009 21:02']Thanks John but HansV's ink is even better (editted, of course I meant link but perhap his ink is better too!!)[/quote]

    Hi,

    i think, its worth, looking at Fabrice´s page....

    http://sparklines-excel.blogspot.com/


    stefan

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