If you don't want to work with your data in a table, you can convert the table to a regular range.Excel 2013 charts can be completed in a few minutes.
Once you have figured out the best chart type, Excel 2013 offers new interactive options for tweaking your chart until it's perfect.
We'll step through 10 of Excel 2013's new charting features, updating a chart as we go.
In the end, there's no guarantee you'll like the results.
Microsoft Office Excel provides numerous predefined table styles (or quick styles) that you can use to quickly format a table.
If the predefined table styles don't meet your needs, you can create and apply a custom table style.
Although you can delete only a custom table style, you can remove any table style so that it is no longer applied to the data.You can further adjust the table formatting by choosing Quick Styles options for table elements, such as header and total rows, first and last columns, and banded rows and columns.Note: When you use Format as Table, Office Excel automatically inserts a table.If you don't want to work with your data in a table, you can convert the table to a regular range while keeping the table style formatting that you applied.For more information, see Convert an Excel table to a range of data.Top of Page Note: Removing a table style does not remove the table.