The legacy "Mac Script" VB Command is severely limited by Apple’s sandbox requirements: it will not work correctly in most situations in Office 2016.Updating the Mac Script function seems to be too difficult.Edit : I just created another chart in the same worksheet from this: 1, 2 and 01/02, 01/03 So 1 and 2 is the source data and the dates are the x axis. The quickest way I seem to have for getting a refreshed chart is to cut and paste back the chart.
When you see the one that shows your data best, apply formatting, sparklines, charts, and tables with a single click.
A set of new modern charts and graphs in Excel 2016 help you to present your data in fresh ways.
I have a think-cell chart linked to an Excel workbook and the Excel's calculation mode is set to manual.
When I copy and paste data within the Excel workbook into the think-cell frame, the chart is not updated.
Curt Frye provides a comprehensive overview of Excel for Mac 2016, including manipulating workbook and cell data, using functions, printing worksheets, and collaborating with others.