by Allen Wyatt
(last updated May 5, 2018)
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. One of the finishing touches you can add to your Microsoft Graph charts is to add titles. The program lets you add titles to any axis or the chart as a whole.
Figure 1. The Titles tab of the Chart Options dialog box
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