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I have seen some speedometers in some of the professional dashboards. I thought how? How do they do it? So I did some preliminary research and came up ...
Open a new workbook and enter Value in cell B2 Max in cell C2 27 in cell B3 (exact value) 100 in cell C3 (maximum value)
Creating the Dial is simple. I used a doughnut graph to do that. Doughnut in cell B12 180 in cell B13 30 in cell B14 150 in cell B15 Make sure cell B14 ...
For the graph for the speedometer pin Enter Graph in cell B5 0 in cell B6 0 in cell B8 0 in cell C6 0 in cell C8 Now for ...
Select the cells B6:C8 and create a scatter with streight lines graph. Delete the legends and all except the graph line. Open the primary horizontal axis and set ...
Align the pin graph with the dial graph and you are done. Change the value in cell B3 and the speedometer will show the same! This is just ...
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