Luckily, the major app platforms all have automatic app updates now, and the default setting for this is 'On'.
And these days apps roll out bug fixes faster than you can say, "update", so keeping the app updates on automatic makes a lot of sense.
But there are some major drawbacks involved as well, and these might cause you to rethink your automatic update policy.
After defining the names and formulas for each column data, then right click any column in your chart, and choose Select Data, see screenshot:5.
In the Select Data Source dialog box, from Legend Entries(Series) section, click Ruby and then click the Edit button, in the popped out Edit Series dialog, enter Tip.
If you want to quickly export range contents from sheet to a graphic, please try to use the Kutools for Excel’s Export Range as Graphic as shown in the following screenshot.
It’s full function without limitation in 60 days, please download and have a free trial now. However I'm having hard time adjust these steps for my situation - I have dates going horizontally (flipped table), so every week I would be adding numbers on the right vs on the bottom. I am just wondering, how to apply this method to the data that updated in the column not in the row?
But you need to change or edit the number of the data every day, in this case, you have to update the chart manually so it includes the new data.
Are there any quick tricks to help you auto update a chart when you add new data to an existing chart range in Excel?
If you create an updated version of an extension, you can signify it as updated by incrementing the version number in the VSIX manifest.