In this exercise, we'll work with Excel's charting/graphing capabilities by extending your work from Part A.

# Creating a Pie Chart

Begin by opening your check book workbook from Part A. Now, create a pie chart that shows the distribution of your expenses as shown in this sample pie chart.

To create this pie chart:

1. Select the cell range to chart. Select the cell range of the chart, `B19:C24` in the example.
2. Create the chart. Choose the "Insert" tab on the ribbon and select the "pie" chart type from the options.
3. Specify the chart settings. Work through the chart options in the Office Ribbon (and some clever right-clicks on the chart itself) to specify settings that will make the chart look as much like the sample as possible:
1. Display the category names around the chart (not in a legend)
2. Include the percentage values.
3. Include a title.
4. Put the chart on an appropriately labeled sheet. Select the chart, and then cut and paste it to another sheet. Don't forget to rename the sheet.

# Creating a Line Chart

Also create a line chart that shows the balance of your account over time, as shown in this sample line chart. Create this chart as follows:

1. Select the Data to Plot. Select the cells containing the data and the dates you want to plot. Because these cell ranges are on different parts of the chart, you must first select the range of cells with the dates (`B3:B14` in the example), and then press and hold the `Ctrl` button to select the range of cells with the balance value (`F3:F14` in the example). This will result in a more complex cell range specification (`B3:B14,F3:F14` in the example).
2. Create the chart. Choose "Insert" tab and choose a "line" chart, and then follow the wizard through the process of creating the chart (as you did with the pie chart above).
3. As with the pie chart, put this line chart on an appropriately labeled sheet. Select the chart, and then cut and paste it to another sheet.

To submit your solutions (to part A and B) upload your Excel Workbook (with all three sheets) to Moodle.