How to Use the People Graph in Excel

The People Graph is an Excel 2013/2016 Add-In which makes graphic style charts. Find this command in the Add-Ins group of the Insert tab. Below is a video demonstration.

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2 Responses to How to Use the People Graph in Excel

  1. Ruch says:

    Thanks for the demonstration. I tried copying to a power point and it’s not working for me. The graphics don’t get copied over. Do you know of a fix?

    • Steve Chase says:

      Ruch, if you don’t plan on making updates to the people graph, then you should do a screen shot of it. From PowerPoint, click on the Insert tab and click Screenshot > Screen clipping and then drag around the people graph. Another reason you copy is not working is that you need to click the little tiny clip board that displays immediatealy after you paste into PP. Click that button and choose to have the copy source formatting.

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