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12-Jun-2017 16:14

Auto update a chart after entering new data with creating a table Auto update a chart after entering new data with dynamic formula If you have the following range of data and column chart, now you want the chart update automatically when you enter new information.

In Excel 2007, 2010 or 2013, you can create a table to expand the data range, and the chart will update automatically. Select the data range and click Table under Insert tab, see screenshot: 2.

Once you set the range, anything inserted into that range is taken into account.

So lets say this is where you started: If you then insert rows (right click, insert)into the middle of your range, like so: That should add to the range.

To solve the problem, you could create the graphs in Excel in the first place, then Paste Link them to Power Point, leaving MSGraph entirely out of the picture. Open the presentation with the graphs to be updated. Select Tools | Update charts and your charts will be updated. Then check the macro settings (Tools | Macros | Security), if set to a security level - HIGH, this would prevent any unsigned add-in from being loaded.

Or you could download this add-in from Power Point MVP Shyam Pillai to resolve the issue.

The only way to force an update is to get Power Point to hand the embedded data back to MSGraph and edit it there. Once the add-in has been loaded you can set the Security level back to HIGH Contents © 1995 - 2017 Stephen Rindsberg, Rindsberg Photography, Inc. You may link to this page but any form of unauthorized reproduction of this page's contents is expressly forbidden.

In other words, doubleclick the graph or write VBA code that does it for you.

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usually preople use code which does not correctly identify the chart object. If I copy the excel chart and link it using the Keep Source Formatting & Link Data (F) method it comes in as a macro enabled worksheet and the links don't update.

If I were to have data in excel just like the table below, and then make line charts with that data.

However, once I open & close the graphs in PP, they'll show the correct data." To understand why this happens, you first have to know that Power Point itself doesn't make graphs.

Instead, it fires up MSGraph, an "applet" whose sole purpose in life is to supply graphs to Power Point and other applications via OLE (Object Linking and Embedding).For automatic updating to occur, Power Point needs to check the date of the data source of any embedded OLE objects, and for this to happen, it needs to be able to find the file that contains the original data to see if the file date/time is more recent than the date/time on the embedded copy in the PPT file.