Introducing New and Modern Chart Types In Microsoft Access

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When chatting with Access clients, we regularly find out about the key part that Access reports play for chiefs hoping to draw effective bits of knowledge out of their business’ information. The want for Access to give a fresher, more current information representations – and additionally a streamlined procedure for making those perceptions – has been conspicuous in these discussions and also in different channels, for example, User Voice.

  • Today, the Access group is eager to uncover our reaction to these worries: another arrangement of cleaner, more spellbinding Access outlines that give more approaches to imagine your information and present it in another and current way.
  • Make proper acquaintance with the as good as ever Column, Line, Bar, Pie, and Combo diagrams! Every one of these outline writes can without much of a stretch be added to a frame or answer to imagine your information and enable you to settle on more educated choices.


Section Chart


Line Chart


Bar Chart


Pie Chart


Combo Chart

Each outline can be redone to fit your particular needs utilizing the new and natural Chart Settings sheet and the well-known Property Sheet. Utilize these highlights to change the style and design of the diagram, include graph components like legends and information marks, and tweak the textual styles and hues.

These updates are accessible as a component of an Office 365 membership. On the off chance that you are an Office 365 endorser, discover how to get these most recent updates.

            Present day and Classic Side By Side

We understand that numerous current client arrangements depend on the current (otherwise known as exemplary) graphs, and those arrangements will keep on working – you’ll simply have more alternatives to browse. Access designers can utilize the new graphs close by the exemplary diagrams inside a similar arrangement, and progress to the new outlines at the pace they want.


We trust you’ll try the new graphs – we’d love your input! We’re continually searching for more approaches to make strides.

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