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May, 2011 | oomfo Blog

May 2011

Create your own animation style for any chart element

Create your own animation style for any chart element

6 years ago

All the charts in oomfo are animated and have been known to create a great first impression. But that’s not all. Using the Styles feature in oomfo, you can effortlessly create your own animation styles and apply them to any chart element. Your caption can fade in to visibility, the axis labels can travel across the chart and the divisional lines scale up to size. In this post, we will take a detailed look at creating two different animation styles – an elegant one for the column chart and a jazzy one for the line chart.

Creating an elegant animation for the column chart

The definition of elegance varies from person to person. For me, it is scaling the divisional lines at the back of the chart horizontally to their full size. This, of course, is in addition to the default animation the chart has.

First up, create a simple column chart. Click on the Insert chart button in the oomfo ribbon to bring up the oomfo chart builder. Go ahead and select the 2D column chart.

We will stick with the default data itself for the chart, and head straight to the Chart Cosmetics tab to create the animation style. The custom animation, as I pointed out earlier, is created using the Styles feature of oomfo. In the bottom part of the Chart Cosmetics tab, you will see the heading Customize Individual Chart Elements with icons to create, apply and edit styles. This is going to be your bread and butter for all types of custom animation and styles. Click on Create Styles to get started.

All the charts in oomfo are animated and have been known to create a great first impression

Read more by Sanket May 19, 2011 Tutorials
Make your charts match the PowerPoint theme in seconds

Make your charts match the PowerPoint theme in seconds

6 years ago

Your presentations don’t just convey information, they convey your personality too. You could keep it simple, add a touch of elegance or completely jazz it up! And whatever personality your presentations are conveying, wouldn’t you want your charts to convey that too? Yes sir. With the latest addition to oomfo, you can now match the charts to your PowerPoint theme in seconds. In this post, you will see how you can do this in a step-by-step example.

To start with, chose a theme for your presentation. I chose the Median theme because it looks elegant, thus conveying my personality

Your presentations don’t just convey information, they convey your personality too. You could keep it simple, add a touch of elegance or completely jazz it up!

Read more by Sanket May 17, 2011 Tutorials

Export PowerPoint slides as web pages

6 years ago

Many a times, you need to export your PowerPoint presentations as web pages and put them out for the world to see. PowerPoint recognizes this need and provides you with fairly comprehensive export options, but they come with their own set of problems. In this post, we will take a look at how they work and the issues you will face. We will also take a look at a new approach to exporting slides – using oomfo. Yes, using oomfo you can export your slides to web pages, one at a time, whether they contain the oomfo charts or not.

Exporting slides to web pages using PowerPoint

We will take a look at the two options PowerPoint provides to export slides as web pages. I will be using PowerPoint 2007 to take you through the post. PowerPoint 2003 provides the same options as well but PowerPoint 2010 does not have the export options at all.

I have created a sample PPT using a readymade theme.

I know the title of the presentation is not the most ideal way to get started but then we have a different agenda here, don’t we?

To export the presentation, we will head to the Save As option in the Office button. Go to Save As > Other Formats.

Many a times, you need to export your PowerPoint presentations as web pages and put them out for the world to see. PowerPoint recognizes this need and provides you with fairly comprehensive export options, but they come with their own set of problems. In this post, we will take a look at how they work [&hellip

Read more by Sanket May 14, 2011 Tutorials

Creating waterfall charts in PowerPoint

6 years ago

The waterfall chart is also known as the cascade or bridge chart. It used a lot by the finance, business analyst and sales fraternities. However there’s a small problem – PowerPoint forgot to ship them. The only way you can create waterfall charts in PowerPoint is by manipulating the stacked charts, but they turn out to be very basic. And take a lot of time. In this post, we will take a look at what the waterfall chart is and learn how we can create powerful ones in minutes using oomfo.

What is a waterfall chart?

A typical waterfall chart is used to show how an initial value increases and decreases by a series of intermediate values, leading to a final value. A simple example of this is the inventory audit of men’s t-shirts in a retail outlet.

As you can see, the initial and the final values are represented by whole columns, while the intermediate values are denoted by floating columns.

Waterfall charts are also used to show the contribution of parts of a whole, especially when there are negative contributors as well. A good example of this is showing the revenue and costs of a company to come to the final profit.

The waterfall chart is also known as the cascade or bridge chart. It used a lot by the finance, business analyst and sales fraternities. However there’s a small problem – PowerPoint forgot to ship them. The only way you can create waterfall charts in PowerPoint is by manipulating the stacked charts, but they turn out [&hellip

Read more by Sanket May 13, 2011 Tutorials

Creating funnel charts in PowerPoint

6 years ago

PowerPoint does not offer funnel charts by default. So every time you need to show elimination or streamlining of data, you either need to show the data itself in a table or use a wrong chart like the column chart. With oomfo, you can create a funnel chart in PowerPoint and set the functionality exactly as you need in minutes.

What is a funnel chart?

A funnel chart is used to show progressive reduction of data as it passes from one phase to another. The size of the area is determined by the series value as a percentage of the total of all values. The easiest example of this is if you want to show your sales conversion rates – starting from the number of leads you got, you move to the number of leads you could you qualify and finally the closure stage. Understandably, there would be a reduction of data, call it phased elimination if you want to, when you move from one stage to another.

PowerPoint does not offer funnel charts by default. So every time you need to show elimination or streamlining of data, you either need to show the data itself in a table or use a wrong chart like the column chart. With oomfo, you can create a funnel chart in PowerPoint and set the functionality exactly [&hellip

Read more by Sanket May 11, 2011 Tutorials
oomfo is maturing and you will love it!

oomfo is maturing and you will love it!

6 years ago

oomfo, as you might already know, is our way of jazzing up data in PowerPoint. It was born early last year after months of bath-tub ‘Eureka’ moments. Coming from the FusionCharts stable, it is a part of our obsessive-compulsive quest to make data more sexy.

Since it was born, we’ve had 15,000 beta users testing, playing and actually using oomfo for their presentations. Everyone has been generous with their feedback on the product, right from the bugs they encountered to enhancement suggestions. Incorporating all the feedback, today oomfo does a lot more than just make your data sexy. It now makes your data sexy…AND….powerful!

Naturally we can’t wait to show it off! Take a look!

oomfo, as you might already know, is our way of jazzing up data in PowerPoint. It was born early last year after months of bath-tub ‘Eureka’ moments. Coming from the FusionCharts stable, it is a part of our obsessive-compulsive quest to make data more sexy. Since it was born, we’ve had 15,000 beta users testing, [&hellip

Read more by Sanket May 9, 2011 News & Announcements