Change chart colors, border, legend text and more from the chart "Setup" panel. For more on how to add data or alt text to charts in your accessible design, check out this article.
Change chart colors
Open the "Chart Style" heading in the "Setup" tab of the "Edit Chart" panel.
Use the color picker square next to each data category to change the color that data will be displayed with on the chart.
The Contrast Ratio at the bottom of the color picker menu will automatically display whether the color meets color contrast ratio guidelines.
Use the color picker next to any element of the chart under "Setup" to change its colors.
Colors and other design elements help make data and charts more accessible to visually impaired readers or readers with other accommodation needs.
Change border, spacing and donut hole diameter
Certain charts let you customize borders or spacing of value columns area.
Modify the border or spacing values with the slider or by typing a value into the field next to the slider.
Turn a pie chart into a donut chart with the slider beside "Donut hole" or change the size percentage by entering a value into the percentage field.
Toggle patterns on and off
Use the toggle to apply auto-generated patterns to your chart segments.
Label chart segments
Toggle Labels on to apply them to the different segments or bars of your chart. Using the Font and Text Style tools, customize the labels so that the colors are easy to read and the font size is accessible to visually impaired readers.
Customize how the legend displays
You can use a legend to represent the different segments and values of your chart, instead of labels.
Use the toggle next to Legends in the Edit Chart panel to turn on the Legend. Control how the legend appears with the Font and Text Style options under the Legend.
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