Access form table updating
One of the most powerful aspects of Excel is the fact that various aspects of spreadsheets can be automated.
This might be something as simple as creating a basic self-updating chart, or something more complex, like diving into Visual Basic.
Next, we need to test whether our self-updating chart actually works.
Fortunately, this is by far the easiest part of the process.
Charts to choose what kind of visualization to use.
The correct chart will depend on what kind of data you’re working with. This allows me to compare several different columns worth of data in one chart, and it works very well with automated updates.
To create a self-updating chart, we first need to set up a spreadsheet that can supply the data we require.
Then head to the Insert tab and select Table — alternatively, you can use the shortcut CTRL T.In the Create Table dialog, you can tweak the cells included in the table.Tick the box labeled My table has headers, then press OK.The end goal here is to create a table that feeds data to a chart.Linking these two elements together allows the chart to check for newly added data in the table.