Our clients can’t live without our super-fast chart formatting tools. No more ugly chart themes generated by Office – make a new one or apply your house style to any standard bar, pie, line or area chart in a couple of seconds.
Bubble charts are a great way of showing valuation and market data. The Create chart wizard generates bubble charts in seconds while applying your organization’s house style. Create adds the bubble, X and Y axis labels and these are all linked to source data.
Creating scatter charts couldn’t be simpler. This tool adds the X and Y axis and series labels and you have options to colour series by series, or apply a different fill to each marker in a single series.
Our awesome Marimekko chart engine draws a chart from any data set. A Marimekko chart is a 2D Stacked Chart but with the addition of displaying varying column widths. Whether you need a 4×4, 10×10 or 2×5 – it doesn’t matter to Create. Best of all, it’s an Excel chart object which you can edit, format and send to PowerPoint just like any other Excel chart.
Price Volume charts are a combination of Scatter line/s (price) and Column (volume). This is a popular chart for our financial services clients, and famously difficult to put together, normally over 160 mouse-clicks, in Excel. With Create – your chart is ready in just 4 clicks.
A waterfall chart – also known as a flying bricks or Mario or bridge chart – is a form of data visualization that helps in understanding the cumulative effect of sequentially introduced positive or negative values. You can display a Waterfall with one or multiple series, single or stacked and an option to display a comparison column.
There’s a range of helpful functions that can be applied to an existing chart with Create – including CAGR and Average lines, display Forecast periods, Split an Axis, add Comments, Copy and Apply a selected Chart Area… and more.
How to start a new workbook, insert data from the XL library, PDF workbooks and the Undo feature.
Formatting tables in an Excel worksheet and sending to PowerPoint, either as linked pictures or sent as data which is then automatically formatted in PowerPoint. All ways to send tables from Excel with Create are linked back to source data.