Alternatively, you can click on the "edit data" button (after clicking on the chart) and then "update all" within the data table.
However, it's important to note that you must save the Numbers file first before doing this.
When the Excel file is revised, the various graphs in Power Point must reflect these changes.
Even though I set up the links as "Update: Automatic", I find that when I open the PP presentation, it doesn't always show the latest data from Excel.
Now, whenever you click on the chart in your Keynote presentation, a button will appear atop of it.
Clicking on the arrow with the two circles on it will update the chart with figures from Numbers.
This is done via the steps described in Changing the document being exported to.It passes its data back to the app that called it and slinks away into the night.No saved data in a file, nothing to trigger Power Point's automatic link updates.We all know that to make a chart we must specify a range of values as input.But what if our range is dynamic and keeps on growing or shrinking.