A waterfall chart is an ideal way to visualize a starting value, the positive and negative changes made to that value, and the resulting end value.Using a template is the easiest way to create a waterfall chart.think-cell helps you create stunning charts in minutes, boosts your slide layout and automates your regular reports. think-cell puts an end to these tedious best practices. Ever tried to import a Gantt chart from Microsoft Visio or Project into Power Point? If not, you might still use basic boxes and lines to draw them yourself.Are you still struggling with the right positioning of basic shapes or trying to combine weird Smart Art objects that never align correctly and fall apart after a few interactions? With it you create and change simple flows in minutes.But since it is based on a powerful generic layout engine, you are completely flexible and can build any conceptual slide based on pentagons, chevrons and text boxes.This works automatically, even for stacked segments.Segments can cross the baseline and build upon segments in any category – not only the previous one.
When doing so, it is helpful to see where you started and how you arrived at the final value.You create and update calender-based Gantt charts directly in Power Point.Features such as 5- or 7-day work weeks, remark and responsibility labels or time span brackets make sure that your work time on Gantts reduces to a few minutes instead of hours.On the other hand, guessing and retyping the data underlying the chart is time-consuming and error-prone.Using think-cell, you simply drag a transparent window over any image of a column chart on your screen, hit the import button and let our software do the rest.