Add a Graph to a Spreadsheet on Numbers on iPhone 6

Edited by Freya, Amanda, Eng

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Steps

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    To begin, unlock the phone
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    Either press the lock button on the side, or the home button at the bottom.
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    Swipe from left to right across the screen
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    Enter the passcode, or press a finger to the home button to use the fingerprint scanner
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    Find the Numbers icon
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    The icon is green with a white bar graph on it. Tap once to open up the app. We've already opened a blank standard spreadsheet. Please refer to our other video to find out exactly how to open a new document on Numbers. No matter what format we open, we will have options along the top.
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    Tap the plus icon
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    In the bar of icons at the top of the screen, tap the second option
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    It is shaped like a bar graph also.
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    Press and drag a finger horizontally to scroll
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    Each icon represents a different graph, and each screen provides different colors to choose from.
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    Press "3D" to view the 3D options
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    They are a little bit more dynamic and interesting.
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    Press "Interactive" to view the interactive options
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    Press on an "Interactive" graph type
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    Tap the button that says "Tap or drag on a table to add data"
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    Press and drag the white circle along the slider
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    Watch the bars behind the button move. This is a progressive bar chart.
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    Press "Undo" in the top left corner to go back
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    Tap the plus icon along the top of the screen again
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    Let's choose a standard graph option.
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    Press "2D"
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    Press a 2D option
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    We will choose the first one for our example. It's a nice simple one.
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    Press a finger to the graph and drag it to the desired position
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    Press and drag on a corner to make it bigger or smaller, or change the proportions
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    The orange dotted lines and other lines are to help us maintain proportions.
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    Tap on "Tap to Add Data"
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    This opens a menu bar that we could use to easily add data.
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    This is a VisiHow video
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    We've just shown you how to add a graph to your spreadsheet on the Numbers application on the iPhone 6. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to add them into the section below and we'll do our best to get back to you. Thanks for watching.
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