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Adjusting Your View of 3-D Graphs in Excel

When you create a 3-D graph in Excel, you have the option to adjust the view of the graph to better suit your needs. You can do this by clicking on the "3-D View" tab in the ribbon at the top of the screen. From here, you can change the perspective of the graph, rotate it, and even change the light source. These options can be found in the "3-D Rotation" group.

If you want to change the perspective of the graph, you can do so by clicking on one of the three buttons in the "Perspective" group. The first button is for a top view, the second is for a bottom view, and the third is for a side view. You can also click and drag on the graph itself to rotate it to any angle that you want.

The "Lighting" group contains options for changing how light interacts with your 3-D graph. The first option is for changing the direction of the light source. You can choose between three different directions: from above, from below, or from the front. The second option is for changing the intensity of the light. You can choose between three different intensities: bright, normal, or dim.

The last group is for changing the appearance of your 3-D graph. The first option is for changing the color of your 3-D graph. You can choose between two different colors: white or black. The second option is for changing the style of your 3-D graph. You can choose between two different styles: wireframe or solid.

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