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Is there a way that I can create a blank, quartered pie chart that I can
shade per quarter as needed?

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Default Manual pie charts

In A1:A4 enter 4 identical numbers (1,1,1,1)
Make a pie chart
Format the chart to make the colors white and the borders black
Now you have a circle divided into four quarters.
Put you could have done with the the Paint drawing program!
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Is there a way that I can create a blank, quartered pie chart that I can
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