I am a scientist and would like to use Excel to graph data. I know many people who use Excel graphing. However, Excel graphing will not let you use symbols in the Titles, in the axes labels, or in the data units. Guess what, if you are a scientist or a high school student, symbols are extremely important. Symbols should be included in the Excel graphing function. Thanks for listening.
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Might want to list what version of Excel and edit to ask a question like "How do I use symbols in the title of a chart in Excel?"
This link will help:
I had a similar desire and with some effort was able to get it working in Excel 2007. Here are several ideas:
Here's a final screenshot of what I was able to pull together. You can see the Greek letters in the chart title, legend, and horizontal axis labels. It took some effort, and I agree that Excel could make it easier than they do --- but it's definitely possible; good luck to you!