[**Update**]

I’ve written an updated post for Mac and Excel 2011 users.

[**Update2**]

From Leanne in the comments:

Some useful remark I found elsewhere: “You can put the graph as a separate document tab (opposed to inside a sheet)”. If you then follow the same steps i.e. save as PDF, then you don’t have to do the things with the margins.

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For the evaluation part of my thesis I had to include a lot of charts. The *scientific* approach proably would have been to use *gnuplot*, but my tool of choice for any kind of charts is Microsoft Excel 2007. However, I found no simple and easy way to directly include Excel charts into my LaTeX thesis document. After a lot of experimenting and looking at other people’s solutions I came up with the following:

1. Create chart in Excel as usual

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