How to create a Chart on a SharePoint 2010 site

The Microsoft Office SharePoint Enterprise 2010 is a collaborative application that can be used by multiple users connected to the same server. On an established SharePoint website for a server, you can upload files and edit other users’ work. You can also add new Web parts to files, such as adding a chart Web part containing data from another file stored on your computer. Adding a chart to a SharePoint Enterprise page can be helpful when you want to visually express data to other users connected to the SharePoint website.

  1. Log into SharePoint site.
  2. Navigate to the site where you want to create a Chart.
  3. Select an existing page that you want to add the chart.
  4. Click the Insert tab and then click Web Part.
  5. Click the Business Data option from the Web Parts group. Click the Chart Web Part option and then click the Add button.
  6. Click Save & Close.
  7. Data and Appearance option and then click the Connect Chart to Data option.
  8. Select your data source type, such as a Excel workbook that has been published to Excel Services or other data source type, and then click Next.
  9. Select the file containing the data and then click the Next button two more times. ClickFinish and the chart with your data will appear on the page.

How to Change the Title and Logo Url of a Sharepoint 2010 Site

This guide will show how to change the title and the logo URL of your SharePoint 2010 site.

  1. Log into SharePoint.
  2. Navigate to the SharePoint site where you wish to change the title or URL.
  3. Click on Site Actions – Site Settings.
  4. Under Look and Feel, click on Title, description, and icon.
  5. Change the title of your site in the Title field and then specify a description in the Description field.
  6. Enter the Web address or path to the image file you wish to use in the URL field and enter a short description of the image in the Description field.
  7. Click on OK.

All steps you can see at this video.

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