300dpi in Excel and other fun features

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300dpi in Excel and other fun features

Postby H.L.F. » Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:18 am

Hello fellow forum users and lurkers.

I recently came across a free excel add-on that will allow you to export graphs, etc in 300dpi (or just about any dpi, color scheme, size, line thickness, etc). With this add-on, you can also do spread scatter and change the properties of multiple charts at the same time. I think it does other things, but these are the features I care about...

At least in my institution, we have very few computers with programs that can create charts for publication so I have been googling around for some solution.

The add-on is called Daniel's XL Toolbox.

Here's the link: ... shing.html

I am not affiliated in any way with the person/people who made this program, just a user who feels like this should be more widely known. Hopefully Dave will let this stay up for a while.
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