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Please find a couple of related links below. I hope this helps.

http://almurray.hubpages.com/hub/Create-an-Interactive-Excel-Chart-using-Option-Buttons

]]>Sorry – your video about Choose mentions controlling charts but it says you have other videos – I can’t find them

Help!! I’ve been trying all morning. Sorry to be a pain

]]>I just read this comment and am unfortunately in a rush to answer it fully. It is worth checking out the CHOOSE function though. It works with indexes so is fantastic when used with form controls. It provides a cleaner formula than nested If functions.

I know you needed it by today, but any problems hit me back and i’ll try and answer when I can.

]]>However I’ve used this chart and it works beautifully in Excel 2007 but at work we’ve only got Excel 2003 and I have nested 11 IF statements. I’ve tried to find a work around but other videos are too difficult for a novice to follow. Can you help? Or make a video? I need this by Tuesday (no pressure on me then!)

My formula is; -=IF($A$16=1,B1,IF($A$16=2,D1,IF($A$16=3,F1,IF($A$16=4,H1,IF($A$16=5,J1,IF($A$16=6,L1,IF($A$16=7,N1,IF($A$16=8,P1,IF($A$16=9,R1,IF($A$16=10,T1,IF($A$16=11,V1)))))))))))

I thought I had it sorted – I don’t

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