Bottom line: Learn how to create a progress doughnut chart or circle chart in Excel. This chart displays a progress bar with the percentage of completion on a single metric. We will apply conditional formatting so that the color of the circle changes as the progress changes. This technique just uses a doughnut chart and formulas. It is pretty easy to implement.
Skill level: Intermediate
I love watching the Olympics. It’s cool to see the best athletes in the world compete in fun, weird, and exciting sports. And I’m always amazed at how close their results are. Gold medals are often decided by a hundredth of a second.
As my wife and I started watching the Olympics on TV last week, we quickly noticed that there were a lot of commercial breaks during NBC’s nightly prime time coverage (NBC is the TV network that broadcasts the Olympics in the U.S.). It seemed like there was a commercial break every 5 minutes. We started wondering how many commercials we were watching.
So the Excel geek in me had to investigate…
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Bottom Line: Learn how to create this interactive histogram or distribution chart that displays the details behind the selected chart column. Download the sample file and watch the tutorial video.
Skill level: IntermediateContinue reading
Bottom line: Learn how to make your Excel dashboards automatically resize for different screen sizes with VBA macros.
Skill level: Advanced
Bottom line: Learn a few quick tips for working with multiple charts and shapes in your Excel Dashboards.
Skill level: Beginner