Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 – Das Handbuch, 2nd Edition, Microsoft Press, 2005

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Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 – Das Handbuch, 2nd Edition, Microsoft Press, 2005
think-cell chart is covered by this edition of the best-selling PowerPoint book in Germany: The PowerPoint 2003 Handbook by Microsoft Press. In a section about waterfall charts the book authors state, "The ... waterfall chart [shown] could be created with some effort by using a stacked column chart, in which the lower segments are made invisible. Easier and quicker though, it can be done with the charting software think-cell chart. ... Using it, one can create sophisticated chart types [...] in the twinkling of an eye." A multi-page demonstration on how to build a complex waterfall chart with think-cell chart follows.
In another section, the authors present a case study on Gantt charts in PowerPoint and state, "Gantt charts can be quickly created using Microsoft Project and Microsoft Visio, but importing and altering them in PowerPoint is cumbersome and often does not lead to optimal graphical results. With think-cell chart you can easily and quickly create and alter Gantt charts directly in PowerPoint."

About think-cell

Founded in Berlin in 2002, think-cell is the defacto standard for creating professional presentations in PowerPoint. With productivity tools and support for 40+ chart types, 10 of the top 10 global consulting firms rely on think-cell, it's the software of choice for the Fortune 500 and taught at 9 of the top 10 business schools.

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