# Microsoft Excel – Create Cartesian Coordinate and Venn Diagram

Written By: admin on March 5, 2010
26 Comments

See here a video demo on how to use Microsoft Excel to produce a Cartesian Coordinate Plane and a Venn Diagram.

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Written By: admin on March 5, 2010
26 Comments

love it the excell vids bring out some more cause im actualy trying this shit out and it works

Love the venn diagram and all other vids, keep up the good work

omg thanks a lot for the venn diagram i was looking online how to do them and couldnt find anything or they were too difficult to understand THANKS

Very good, pal. You must be very proud of yourself, eh?

Thank u sir

Thanks.. Now i can do my homework finish (Diagram)

is there any way to make a venn diagram on power point?

Thank you! Great job! Cheers

Extremly helpful, thanks

That is a lot of help. But what you don’t show is how to add data into the chart. Thats the problem I’m having.

thanx bro it really helped

Thaaaaaaaanks sooo much .. ))

very good tutorials

keep up the good work

Thanks for the tutorial mate, very good style. However, that seems like a totally bizzare way to make a Venn Diagram. Surely it must be possible to generate a Venn diagram that is actually to scale, by specifying the numbers involved (perhaps not in excel, although I haven’t yet found another package that does this easily)…

can u pls give us the formula?

thanks

my teacher wants me to make a grid on the computer and i lied i knew how so i can get an extra day to finish my thing but i cant so i learen thanks >

Thanks, now I know how I can make better Venn Diagrams. 5/5

mate, thank you!

how do you number the grid? URGENT**

This is the worst demonstration of Excel I had ever seen. Excel knows what venn diagram is, all you have to do is

1. Click Insert, then select Diagram.

2. Select “Venn Diagram” from the different options.

And you are done.

Thank you so much!

i rated 5, but that was before i saw you ignoring Russia describing WW2…

Well, I never described WWII… but I mentioned comparing the U.S. with Japan… and then threw in Germany to show a third circle. But it’s all good. )

@freetutorials well yeah, you never thought of Russia. it wasn’t on the back of your mind when you thought of WW2. that’s educational propaganda factor, maybe. I don’t know, maybe it’s not that big of a deal though…

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