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How to illustrate a normal distribution?
I want to draw a normal distribution in a graph in Word 2007. I am aware of
the "insert", "figures", but no figure seems to help me in getting a nice distribution (or a nice picture of a bell). Do you have suggestions? Thanks! 
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How to illustrate a normal distribution?
Depends on your definition of "normal distribution".
 JoAnn Paules MVP Microsoft [Publisher] Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies" "alice" wrote in message ... I want to draw a normal distribution in a graph in Word 2007. I am aware of the "insert", "figures", but no figure seems to help me in getting a nice distribution (or a nice picture of a bell). Do you have suggestions? Thanks! 
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How to illustrate a normal distribution?
I was asking for the concept in general. To take an example, how do I draw a
normal distribution with variance 2 and mean 4? The aim is to get smooth, goodlooking lines  or smooth lines on a bell (rather than edgy lines which is the best I can do now). "JoAnn Paules" skrev: Depends on your definition of "normal distribution".  JoAnn Paules MVP Microsoft [Publisher] Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies" "alice" wrote in message ... I want to draw a normal distribution in a graph in Word 2007. I am aware of the "insert", "figures", but no figure seems to help me in getting a nice distribution (or a nice picture of a bell). Do you have suggestions? Thanks! 
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How to illustrate a normal distribution?
You would need to create a set of X,Y coordinates that, when plotted,
provide a bell curve, and then graph them. You would probably find it easier to do in Excel. Take a look he http://support.microsoft.com/kb/213930  Herb Tyson MS MVP Author of the Word 2007 Bible Blog: http://word2007bible.herbtyson.com Web: http://www.herbtyson.com "alice" wrote in message ... I was asking for the concept in general. To take an example, how do I draw a normal distribution with variance 2 and mean 4? The aim is to get smooth, goodlooking lines  or smooth lines on a bell (rather than edgy lines which is the best I can do now). "JoAnn Paules" skrev: Depends on your definition of "normal distribution".  JoAnn Paules MVP Microsoft [Publisher] Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies" "alice" wrote in message ... I want to draw a normal distribution in a graph in Word 2007. I am aware of the "insert", "figures", but no figure seems to help me in getting a nice distribution (or a nice picture of a bell). Do you have suggestions? Thanks! 
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