Exercise: Data bars and chart - two ways to create table

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Category ==> Report Builder 3.0  (42 exercises)
Topic ==> Miniature charts  (2 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
Course ==> Report Builder
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Create data bars showing the box office takings for each film for each director:

Report Builder 3.0 exercise - Miniature charts (image 1)

See if you can get yours looking better than this

Save this as Using data bars. For an encore, try doing the same thing with a chart:

Report Builder 3.0 exercise - Miniature charts (image 2)

A column chart, with various parts hidden

Save this second report as Using charts.  Do you still think data bars are a good idea?!

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