Excel’s default Charts are bland and ugly but you can certainly spice them up to your liking.

Using the Shape Styles group in the ribbon menu you can customize your Excel chart the way you or your boss wants.

There are several formatting options including Shape Styles, Shape Fill, Shape Outline, Shape Effects and Text Fill.

See below how you can start applying these cool features to your bland chart!

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