Removing Selective Chart Series Dynamically

Column Chart in Microsoft Word Document

Creating a Column Chart

Practising the following steps, you can insert a Column Chart in MS Word 2013:

  1. Click in the document where you want to insert the chart, click the “Insert” tab, and then click “Chart” in the illustrations group to open the “Insert Chart” dialog box.
  2. Select “Column” in the sidebar, you will see a gallery of charts.
  3. Select the “100% Stacked Column” and press “OK” to insert the chart and Worksheet template to your document.
  4. Edit the Worksheet with your data to update the chart. See Chart Data (Excel).
  5. Save your Document.

Reporting Requirement

As a report developer, you are required to share orders quantity of the customers dynamically with the following key requirements:

  • A report must show the quantity of sales/orders.
  • Sales/orders quantity must represented by Quarters.
  • It must associate order quantity with the corresponding customer.
  • The report must be generated in the Word Processing Document.

Adding Syntax to be evaluated by GroupDocs.Assembly Engine

Chart Title

Total Order Quantity by Quarters<<foreach [in orders
.Where(c => c.OrderDate.Year == 2015)
.GroupBy(c => c.Customer)
.OrderBy(g => g.Key.CustomerName)]>><<x [Key.CustomerName]>>

Chart Data (Excel)

 1st Quarter«y[Where(c => c.OrderDate.Month>= 1 && c.OrderDate.Month <= 3).Sum(c => c.ProductQuantity)]»«removeif [mode== 1]»2nd Quarter«y[Where(c => c.OrderDate.Month>= 4 && c.OrderDate.Month <= 6).Sum(c => c.ProductQuantity)]»«removeif [mode==2]»3rd Quarter«y[Where(c => c.OrderDate.Month>= 7 && c.OrderDate.Month <= 9).Sum(c => c.ProductQuantity)]»4th Quarter«y[Where(c => c.OrderDate.Month>= 10 && c.OrderDate.Month <= 12).Sum(c => c.ProductQuantity)]»
Category 14.32.423
Category 22.54.422
Category 33.51.835
Category 44.52.852

Download Template

Please download the sample Chart with Filtering, Grouping, and Ordering document we created in this article:

Generating The Report

Custom Objects

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