Double-clicking on a chart in Power Point will open the Excel file where you can edit the data.Any changes you make in Excel will be reflected in both the Excel Quick Tip: If you are adding rows/columns, you will have to right click on the corresponding chart in the Excel file and click “Select Data” to select the chart data range.As we always love to share our favorite lifesaving formulas, tips and tricks, I wanted to share a quick how-to with you.Follow this simple step by step process to link your Excel data to Power Point.
This can be done in Power Point from the Home Button Edit Links to File.As one of the newest members of the SEER PPC team, I was immediately thrown into becoming an Excel Ninja, as our fellow colleagues call us.I quickly learned some of the bells and whistles that Excel has to offer and I am honestly quite disappointed that I hadn’t previously learned about pivot tables and vlookups. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions.Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free.Through some digging around, I found a simple macro of updating all links in the powerpoint presentation. Does anyone have any idea how to create a macro to refresh all data, so that it dynamically updates?And if so, would there be a way to start the macro on startup? Now this is all fine and dandy, however the links break each time I close the powerpoint, and I have to manually update each one.I won't use the method of copying then paste-special, paste link option, as this requires for me to keep the graphs in the source excel, which is a nuisance. Updatelinks End Sub While this does work, it only updates the graphs to the current source data, while going Design- Refresh Data makes the graph dynamic, meaning if something is changed in the source data, the graph automatically changes aswell.Recently, I discovered yet another huge timesaver: the ability to link data from Excel to Power Point.This feature is perfect for Power Point presentations that are in need of constant updates.