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February 14, 2011

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Jeroen Breugelmans

This technique is amazing. You can do this also with charting objects from excel. If you create a graph in Excel and use the Paste Special option, your chart will change (even the formatting) when you make changes to the source file.

We have created two simple tutorials where you can see the technique in action. There are free downloads at the end of each article.

http://www.powerpointinfographics.com/blogs/news/7060144-geo-map-with-dynamic-color-coding
http://www.powerpointinfographics.com/blogs/news/7051792-new-york-times-tax-burden-visualisation-in-powerpoint

Cheers
Jeroen Breugelmans

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