# Take Home: Excel Chapter 3 Grader Project

Take Home: Excel Chapter 3 Grader Project

02You want to create a pie chart to show the percentage each category contributes to the monthly movie downloads.

Select the ranges A5:A10 and F5:F10. Create a pie chart and move it to a chart sheet named April Pie Chart.
63The chart needs a descriptive title that is easy to read.

Type April 2021 Downloads by Genre as the chart title, apply bold, 18 pt font size, and Black, Text 1 font color.
54Percentage and category data labels will provide identification information for the pie chart.

Add category and percentage data labels in the Inside End position. Remove value data labels and the legend. Apply 14 pt font size and Black, Text 1 font color.
55You want to focus on the comedy movies by exploding it and changing its fill color.

Explode the Comedy slice by 7% and apply Dark Red fill color.

46A best practice is to include Alt Text for accessibility compliance.

Add Alt Text: The pie chart shows percentage of downloads by genre for April 2021. (including the period)
27Next you want to create a combo chart to depict the monthly totals and percentages by category.

Display the Data sheet, select the ranges A4:A10 and F4:G10, and then create a Clustered Column – Line on Secondary Axis combo chart.
48You want to position the chart below the data source.

Cut the chart and paste it in cell A13. Change the height to 3.5″and the width to 6″.
59Change the combo chart title to April 2021 Downloads. Apply Black, Text 1 font color to the chart title.

Add a primary value axis title and type Number of Downloads. Add a secondary value axis title and type Percentage of Monthly Downloads. Apply Black, Text 1 font color to both value axis titles.
611Now that you added an axis title for each vertical axis, you can remove the legend and format the secondary value axis to display whole percentages.

Remove the legend for the combo chart. Display 0 decimal places for the secondary value axis.

112You want to add some color to the plot area for the combo chart.

Apply Light Gradient – Accent 1 gradient fill color for the plot area.
513A best practice is to include Alt Text for accessibility compliance.

Add Alt Text: The combo chart shows the number and percentage of downloads by genre for April 2021. (including the period).
214To provide a visual summary of the weekly totals for each genre, you will insert sparklines.

Select the range B5:E11. Insert Line Sparklines in the range H5:H11. Apply Black, Sparkline Style Dark #4
1015Displaying the markers helps identify the specific points on the sparklines. You will also change the high point to a different color to stand out.

Show the high point and markers for the sparklines. Change the high point marker color to Red.

Select the range A4:E10. Create a stacked bar chart. Move the chart to new chart sheet. Type Weekly Downloads for the sheet name. Apply Style 8 chart style.
418Increasing the font size will make the chart elements easier to read.

Apply 11 pt font size to the category axis, value axis, and the legend for the bar chart.
619Because the largest value is less than 9,000, you can reduce the maximum bound in the chart. In addition, you want to display the category labels in the same order that they are in the worksheet.

Change the maximum bounds for the value axis to 9000 and set the Major Units to 500 for the bar chart. Use the Axis Options to format the category axis so that the category labels are in reverse order in the bar chart.
520Although the bar chart displays major gridlines, minor gridlines could improve the appearance.

Add primary minor vertical gridlines to the bar chart.
021A best practice is to include Alt Text for accessibility compliance for the bar chart.

Add Alt Text: The stacked bar chart shows downloads by each week for each genre. (including the period).
422Insert a footer with Exploring Series on the left, the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right on all the sheets. Change to Normal view.
423Save and close Exp19_Excel_Ch03_CapAssessment_Movies.xlsx. Exit Excel. Submit the file as directed.
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