How to add text box to chart in Excel?
Sometimes you may need to add some text boxes into charts. And this tutorial will tell you several methods to insert text boxes in charts in Excel easily.
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Generally, you can click Insert tab and select Text Box to insert a text box into Excel, so does inserting text boxes to charts.
1. Click the
Text Box > Horizontal Text Box (or Vertical Text Box) on the Insert tab.
2. Draw a text box in a specified chart, and type some text contents as you need.
Add text box to chart with Chart Tools
Please add text box to chart as following steps:
1. Click the chart you want to add text box to, and click
Layout tab from the Chart Tools group, then click Text Box. See screenshot:
2. Now draw the text box in the chart and type the text contents you need and format the font. See screenshot:
Note: In Excel 2013, you can find out both
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