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How to Create a Timeline in Excel

How to Create a Timeline in Excel
There are many ways to create a timeline in Excel. Some methods use drawing tools or bar charts, as in my other timeline examples. Another popular method, especially for project timelines, is to use a gantt chart. This page descibes a method that I developed to create timelines quickly in Excel using an XY scatter chart with events as the data labels. Advertisement The technique explained on this page is particularly useful for creating historical timelines and project timelines, as well as genealogical timelines that highlight events in a person's life. Figure 1: An Excel chart showing an example timeline. The template has improved over time through feedback from many users. Figure 2: Timeline with images and a little formatting. If you want to start creating your own timelines right away, you can download the Excel timeline template. Excel Timeline Template Buy Nowvia Required: Excel 2010 or later 60-DAY MONEY-BACK Guarantee Try it out! Template Details License: Private Use Related:  History

Ancient Roman History Timeline Provides a chronological index of the history of Ancient Rome with extensive links to internet resources. Emphasis is placed upon the use of primary source material, numismatics, and a focus upon the roles of women in ancient time. scroll down for the timeline Thank you for visiting! Timeline Menu Ridley Scott's GLADIATOR is a great film. Is it great history? Click here to learn the real story behind the events and characters portrayed in the movie. Kindly report any suggestions, problems, errors, or dead links by emailing david(at) Using info from this site? For detailed copyright information and bibliographic citation, click here contact the author by emailing david(at) (note: replace (at) with the @ symbol) Copyright © David Neelin: All Rights Reserved c. 2nd Millennium BCE || Archeological Remains Archeology reveals human remains, elk bones, bronze artifacts (rings, axes, etc.) c. 1st Millennium BCE || The Etruscans 753 BCE || Legendary Founding of Rome then later:

Food Timeline: food history & vintage recipes ATLAS HISTORIQUE - Cartographie & histoire History ::Home - TimeSearch Search the Web through Timelines(and surprise yourself with what you find) Icons on the left link to Google or HistoryWorld (H) Yellow icons on the right link to related images in GoogleMove your pointer over an icon to see the search terms To start at Big Bang just click Go (above)To go to a specific period enter a year (above)For a more focused timeline use the Areas and Themes menus (top left) Or you may prefer Single-subject Timelines Or try Picture Search (the quickest way to find the right image) HistoryWorld's Places in History (significant events in world history placed in Google Earth or Maps) About Contact Terms and Conditions Timelines by TimeSearch from HistoryWorld Concept and text by Bamber GascoigneSite designed by EditablewebInformation Engine by Arc

Clio Collège Séance 3 - Tintin et les déserts chauds par Cécile Valin Exposition. Bande dessinée et immigration. 1913-2013. HDA. Les Simpson et l’influence culturelle des Etats-Unis Les échanges de marchandises- Etude de cas : L’itinéraire d’une banane- Séquence complète par Sophie Favier Le romantisme par Bruno Modica Les Harlem Hellfighters, des soldats afro-américains au coeur de la Grande Guerre Débat argumenté : Faut-il sortir du nucléaire en France Sujet : L’organisation du territoire chinois par Bruno Modica, Jacques Muniga 1789-1792 : les temps forts de la Révolution... Geographie et histoire des arts - les métropoles Le serment du jeu de Paume par Jean-Louis David Crues torrentielles dans les Alpes par Christiane Peyronnard Enseigner l’art et la géographie L'actualité du site ▸ 1-Sixième▸ Histoire - DES MONDES ANCIENS AUX DÉBUTS DU MOYEN ÂGE▸ 2-LA CIVILISATION GRECQUE.▸ Thème 1-AU FONDEMENT DE LA GRECE : CITES, MYTHES, PANHELLENISME ▸ APPRENDRE, COMPRENDRE: Le 9 novembre 2014, par Aurélie Musitelli ►Edu’geo

World Map Livius. Articles on Ancient History Histoire et géographie de l'Europe Internet History Sourcebooks Project Internet History Sourcebooks Project Paul Halsall, Editor Last Modified: Dec 11 | linked pages may have been updated more recently The Internet History Sourcebooks Project is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use. 1. 2. 3. Feedback and Help While I encourage notes, comments and feedback in general, I am unable to reply to all of them. For guidance on homework, research, how people lived/ate/dressed in the past, see the various Help! I am unable to help locate details about your family, or give translations of your name or nickname into Chinese (a very common request)! If you find bad links, or typographical errors, please do notify me by telling me the URL (web address) of the specific page with the fault, and (in the case of bad links) the URL of the bad link. Finding Texts and Information on this Site Use the Search page to find texts or other items located at this web site.

L'iconographie de Mai 68 : un usage intentionnel du photoreportage noir et blanc ou couleur Présentation et Sommaire du Dossier :"Les héritages de Mai 68 ?" Quel(s) rôle(s) peuvent jouer les représentations visuelles dans la compréhension et l'écriture d'un événement historique ? Cet article se propose de revenir sur le traitement historiographique des événements de Mai 68 du point de vue de l'image en décrivant et analysant le rôle des photographies publiées dans la presse française d'alors. La mémoire visuelle de Mai 68 existe plutôt en noir et blanc. Avant le mois de mai, les « événements de 68 » sont à peine mentionnés dans Paris Match et ils ne font en aucun cas la couverture du magazine. Du 6 avril au 11 mai - n°991 à 995 inclus -, ces mentions sont irrégulières, courtes et rarement mises en valeur. Suite à ce premier reportage de plusieurs pages, quatre numéros consécutifs de Paris Match - les n°997 à n°1000 - ont titré en Une (photographie de couverture à l'appui) sur ces événements en les reprenant dans un reportage de plusieurs dizaines de pages à chaque fois.

The Berlin Airlift PRELUDE TO CONFLICT At the end of WWII, a defeated Germany was divided amongst the victors, the United States, the Soviet Union, Great Britain, and France. The Soviet Union took control of the Eastern half of Germany, the Western half was divided amongst the US, Great Britain, and France. Like the rest of the country, the capital city of Berlin, sitting dead in the middle of the Soviet-controlled Eastern half, was also divided into four parts, one half being Soviet controlled, and the rest divided amongst the others. By 1948, it became apparent that the Western Powers (Great Britain, France, and US) plan to rebuild Germany differed from the Soviet Union's plan. General Lucius Clay Sir Brian Robertson General Curt LeMay Brig. The Allies were certainly not going to stand for this. A Douglas C-47, the military version of the DC-3. However, British Commander Sir Brian Robertson offered an alternative: supply the city by air. Initially, Gen. A Douglas C-54 Skymaster. Lt.