Import Your Data Visualization to PowerPoint

Data visualization lets you share info and insights with your audience in an interesting and compelling way.  It is the quickest way for the people who are viewing your presentation to understand the impact a certain metric has on your topic and it adds credibility to your presentation. In laymen’s terms, data visualization is basically super-charged charts (such a pie charts or bar graphs).

They are super-charged because they can be live, editable, animated and you can choose from many different styles and design arrangements.

Data visualization has become a popular way for businesses of all shapes and sizes to communicate metric data. It has been getting easier than ever to create fun, interactive graphs that communicate better and are easier to keep up to date.

You will be happy to know; that is it super duper easy – to import your data visualizations to PowerPoint.

For this example, we are using JSCharting to show you how it is done.
To find out more about what JSCharting has to say about Data Visualization for your business – you can go to https://jscharting.com/blog/the-importance-of-data-visualization-in-business/

  1. Step 1 – Open PowerPoint and your presentation.
  2. Step 2 – Click on the Insert Ribbon – you should see an Add-Ins button tucked in nicely between 3D Models and Zoom.Screengrab, Insert Add-In
  3. Step 3 – If this is the first time you are doing this select “Get Add-Ins”, otherwise proceed to Step 6.
  4. Step 4 – The Add-Ins window should open and if doesn’t do it automatically you can click on the Store button.
  5. Step 5  – Search for: “Web Viewer” and then you should see the Web Viewer Add-In, select it and Click or Tap on the “Add” button, you may have to agree to some Terms of Use when you are done:Screengrab of PowerPoint Add-Ins screen
  6. Step 6 – Again on the Insert Ribbon, select Insert Add-ins and this time select My Add-ins, the Web Viewer Add-in should be available.
  7. Step 7 – Click or Tap on Web Viewer and enter the URL that JSCharting Created into the URL field, for our example we are just linking to a demo page (https://jscharting.com/samples/Javascript_AreaTypes_Chart.htm#).
  8. Step 8 – Select Preview and you are done, you can now resize the web viewer as you would anything else in PowerPoint

On details about how to use JSCharting please visit https://jscharting.com/

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