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Hey all i know this is windows related for me right now but i have office 2003 and i need to make pie chart any idea where to do this and how to do it.. thanks in advance
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Hmmm Pie...........

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Spudd4242 use the chart tool and pick Pie chart.
If you can't find it use help to find where it is

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Alright ill look for it i went through a few things to no avail but hopefully I can it thanks for the speedy response
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Are you trying to do it in Excel or Word?

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I'm assuming your doing it in Excel as I don't know if Word has Chart capabilities.

I've circled the Chart Wizard in this screen shot below if that helps.
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