by Allen Wyatt
(last updated September 6, 2014)
Microsoft Graph is a simple graphing program provided with Word. It includes the ability to view your graph data in both spreadsheet and graph formats. The graphs you create can be inserted directly into your documents. When you are using Microsoft Graph, your charts are displayed in a size that depends on how large the Microsoft Graph window is. You can adjust the size of your charts, however, by using the mouse. These techniques will help:
Each time after you release the mouse button, Microsoft Graph redraws the chart to fill as much of the chart window as possible.
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