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How to add or move data labels in Excel chart?

While you inserting a chart based on a range of data, the data labels are not shown in the chart by default, so how can you add or move the data labels in the Excel chart? Here this article will give you the answer.

Add or move data labels in Excel chart

Add or move data labels in Excel chart

To add or move data labels in a chart, you can do as below steps:

In Excel 2013 or 2016

1. Click the chart to show the Chart Elements button doc add move data labels 5 .
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2. Then click the Chart Elements, and check Data Labels, then you can click the arrow to choose an option about the data labels in the sub menu. See screenshot:
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In Excel 2010 or 2007

1. click on the chart to show the Layout tab in the Chart Tools group. See screenshot:
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2. Then click Data Labels, and select one type of data labels as you need. See screenshot:
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