How to Create Doughnut Charts in ActivePresenter 9

The Doughnut chart is one of the built-in chart types in ActivePresenter 9. Doughnut charts are meant to compare proportions between categorical data as well as express the “part-to-whole” relationship. You can learn more in today’s tutorial. 

As you may already know, the Doughnut charts share almost the same properties as the Pie charts. However, this chart type displays data arranged in rings where each ring represents a dataset. Each segment’s size in a ring corresponds to the proportion of each category. Besides, the Doughnut charts can have more than one dataset while the Pie charts don’t. 

Let’s learn how to create a Doughnut chart in ActivePresenter 9 through the project cost breakdown example as follows: 

The procedure should be: 

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