Hey everyone, John Ozuysal here.
Google Sheet is a part of our life. Most of us use it every day and I wanted to show you how to create a pie chart and line graph because I see that a lot of people still don’t know how to do this.
How to Make a Pie Chart and Line Graph in Google Sheets
- Select the values (multiple) that you want to create a chart of.
- Click Insert from the Top menu, and proceed by clicking Chart.
- From the Chart Editor that will pop up on the right side of the screen, select the type of chart you want to use.
And that’s it! Also, here’s the video for a detailed explanation:
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