Breaking Your Charts Into The Perfect Sized PowerPoint Pieces

In this post, you’ll learn how to break your PowerPoint charts apart to quickly generate stylish new looks for your data visualizations. This is an advanced PowerPoint technique, but the strategy behind it is simple. You use PowerPoint to graph your data for you (faster and more accurately than you could if you were to build it out yourself), and then you simply break out the pieces to creatively re-arrange them any way you like. Your creative process might look like this:

Step #1: Using the Rule of 2’s and Going Doughnut, you take the default pie chart pictured on the left, and turn it into the doughnut chart on the right.

Step #2: To try something fresh and new, stack the pieces together in different ways.

To quickly pull off creative ideas like these for your charts, you simply need to break your charts apart. Follow the steps below but pay attention to the details. They make or break the trick (bad pun intended).

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