Automatic updating graphs in excel
The calculations are set on automatic for the workbook. I tried setting up an other chart in the same worksheet, linked to only one simple row and this new chart has the same refreshing issue so I suspect it has to do with settings or something like that but for the life of me I can't find which settings could do this.
Every time I want to see an updated version of it I have to either delete the serie and add it again or re-open the file.
And you can set your workbook to refresh its Pivot Table data automatically when you open it.
If you often need to adjust your data ranges so that your charts plot an updated data range, you may be interested in a trick that forces Excel to update the chart's data range whenever you add new data to your worksheet.
For example, you may have unequal column lengths or data values that are not acceptable.
When the source data for your data-driven charts is available in Excel, you can create charts directly from the Excel application.
In Power Point, when the mouse pointer is on a slide, the familiar insertion rectangle appears.
At any time, you can click Refresh to update the data for the Pivot Tables in your workbook.
You can update graphs yourself, or you can have Minitab automatically update graphs. (Only available when graph is set to update automatically.) The data have changed but something prevents the update.Lets assume the data table is in the cell range: $F: $G Ok, the problem is that as and when we add a row at the end (or remove a row), we should update the chart’s data range. A refresher on how to use OFFSET formula: Create a new named range and in the “refers to:” input box, type the OFFSET formula that would generate a dynamic range of values based on no. For the source data use the named ranges we have just created.A colleague and I have an issue with the refreshing of charts in excel.But what if our range is dynamic and keeps on growing or shrinking.
You cant edit the chart input data ranges every time you add a row.If I change the 2 into a 3, the chart will continue to display 2. i've seen this thread and it is indeed interesting.