How To Make Pie Chart In Google Slides

Google Slides is a versatile platform, offering numerous features beyond being a presentation tool. It offers great flexibility to incorporate various types of data visualization, including the creation of pie charts. In this article, we will walk you through the process of creating a pie chart in Google Slides.

Step 1: Open a Google Slides Presentation

Sign in to your Google account and open a new or existing Google Slides presentation.

Step 2: Insert a Chart

Once you have your presentation open, click on the Insert tab located at the top of the page. From the dropdown menu, select Chart. Another menu will appear, here you need to select Pie.

Step 3: Edit your Pie Chart

After inserting the pie chart, a sample chart will appear on your slide along with an associated spreadsheet. You can edit this spreadsheet to customize your chart.

    // The sample pie chart and associated spreadsheet will look like this:

    // Spreadsheet data:
    // Categories	Values
    // Category 1	30
    // Category 2	20
    // Category 3	50

    // Pie chart:
    // (Pie chart representation of the spreadsheet data)

To customize this, simply replace the category names and values with your data. The pie chart will automatically update to reflect these changes.

Step 4: Customize your Pie Chart

Google Slides also allows you to customize the colors, legend, title, and more. To do this, click on the chart and then click on the Format tab, then select Chart style. Here you can customize various aspects of your pie chart according to your preferences.

Step 5: Save and Present

Once you are satisfied with your pie chart, simply close the spreadsheet. Your changes are automatically saved. Now you can present your data visually using a pie chart in Google Slides!

Google Slides makes it straightforward and simple to create a pie chart. The ability to represent data visually in your presentations can add depth and clarity to your data. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different chart options and styles to best present your information. Happy charting!