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Dynamic Data Based on Chart Changes in Excel

There are a few different ways to create dynamic data based on chart changes in Excel. One way is to use the OFFSET function. The OFFSET function can be used to reference a range of cells based on a starting cell and an offset. For example, if you have a chart that starts in cell A1 and you want the data to be dynamic based on changes to the chart, you can use the OFFSET function to reference the data. Another way to create dynamic data based on chart changes in Excel is to use named ranges. Named ranges can be used to reference a specific range of cells by name. For example, if you have a chart that starts in cell A1 and you want the data to be dynamic based on changes to the chart, you can create a named range that references the data. You can then use that named range in your formulas or charts. Finally, you can also use conditional formatting to make your data dynamic based on changes to your charts. Conditional formatting allows you to format cells based on certain conditions. For example, you could format cells that contain data that has changed since the last time the file was saved. This would allow you to see at a glance which data has changed and make changes accordingly.

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