Charts are very versatile in a way that you can use them as presentation tools. They can also be used as a reference to represent color samples. Charts can be in various forms such as a one-page chart, swatch books, or coloring-matching fans.
In Template.net, we offer a wide variety of chart types that are available for everybody to make use of either as a reference or by downloading them for direct use. One chart variety that we offer on this page are the color chart templates. See them below for more image samples and choose what is applicable to your preference.
Blank Color Chart
Pastel Color Chart
Color Wheel Chart
Food Chart Template
More of Our Color Chart Templates
These are some of the color chart templates offered on this page. Select which one you think matches what you need. You can make use of these as your reference, or download them directly.
- Blank Color Chart Template – this is a generic color chart template, you can make use of this depending on your purpose. You can edit the colors too if you want.
- Hair Color Template – this is great in a salon setting or an establishment who’s selling hair colors. It will be easier for customers to pick which color they want.
- Pastel Color Chart Template – Similar to pantone color chart templates, you can make use of this template when picking a perfect paint color for your newly build house or establishment. These ranges from different pastel colors.
- Color Wheel Chart Template – this is great if you are teaching kids the basic color chart. Ideal for a school or art class setting.
- Food Color Chart Template – this template is made specifically for food color. However, since this is an editable template, you can change it depending on what fits your interest.
Dehydration Urine Color
Example of Color Chart
How to Format a Color Chart in Excel
Microsoft Excel gives you a lot of choices for changing the format of your color charts. Here are the steps on how to do it using MS Excel.
- You need to launch Excel on your computer. Open a new workbook if you want or you can use the workbook that is already populated with data.
- Choose a chart type from the Charts group that is on the Insert tab. There are more choices like Line, Pie, Bar, Area, and Scatter charts. You can click on other charts to see more options.
- Choose the chart type you opt by clicking it. The chart will then be displayed in the current worksheet which is based on the data in the worksheet.
Formatting the Chart
- You need to click on the chart. The Chart Tools tab will then show.
- Click on the Design tab that is on the Charts Layout group, this is to view the available layouts for the chart. Choose the layout you prefer by clicking on it.
- Choose a shape style in the Shapes Styles group which is close to the format you want.
- Click the section of the chart you want to alter, such as a bar or a line on the chart.
- Choose a WordArt Style from the WordArt Styles group in order to change the formatting of text in the chart.
- You can now save the chart formatting options as a new template.
If you want pre-created color charts instead, our chart templates are the best deal.