#71: Beginning Graphs in MS Excel

Excel makes graphs simple and easy for beginners. Even my parent helpers are amazed at how much students can do with a simple F11 shortkey and a right click.

If the lesson plans are blurry, click on them for a full size alternative.

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–from 55 Technology Projects for the Digital Classroom. Preview available on Amazon.com and Scribd.com

If you can’t read this, send me an email at info@structuredlearning.net (they’ll forward it) and request a pdf copy

Come back tomorrow for another Excel project for elementary school.


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3 thoughts on “#71: Beginning Graphs in MS Excel

  1. Pingback: How to Draw in MS Excel « Ask a Tech Teacher

  2. Shawn Doss

    I am so excited to find your website. I am a tech teacher grades 9-12. I teach MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and File Maker Pro. I use Mac computers utilizing Microsoft Office 2008. It is so hard to find good resources and how to keep students engaged. I have been teaching for 6 years now. Thank you so much for this website! It is a godsend for me!!

    • I’m glad it’s useful, Shawn. I have lots of information on Excel, PowerPoint and Word. I hope your students enjoy the projects. Feel free to post any questions, too. I love hearing what you’re doing and how I might help.

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