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How Do I Draw a Graph in Microsoft Word?

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To draw a chart or a graph in MS Word, click 'Object' on the Insert menu and then click Create New tab. In the Object type box, select Microsoft Graph Chart and then click Ok. A chart will be displayed with its associated sample data in a table called datasheet. Click a cell on the datasheet to replace the sample data and then type the new numbers.
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1. Open a new or existing document in Word 2007. Then place the insertion point where the graph will be created. 2. Select the "Insert" tab and choose "Chart"
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