Move, resize, and rotate a chart in Pages on Mac
Move a chart
Click the chart to select it, then drag from the center to move the chart (don’t drag the white squares on the border).
As you drag, yellow alignment guides help you position the chart in relation to other objects on the page.
If you don’t see the alignment guides, you can turn them on. Choose Pages > Preferences (from the Pages menu at the top of your screen), then click Rulers and select the guides you want to appear.
Resize a chart
Click the chart to select it.
Do one of the following:
Change the depth or width of the chart: Drag a white square in the middle of the top or bottom border of the chart to change the chart’s depth; drag a white square in the middle of the right or left border to change the chart’s width.
Resize both dimensions simultaneously: Drag a white square in a corner of the chart. To retain the chart’s proportions, Shift-drag the square.
Set a specific size for the chart: In the Format sidebar, click Arrange. In the Size section of the sidebar, type values in the Width and Height fields, or click the arrows next to the fields to set specific dimensions.
Rotate a 3D chart
You can rotate a 3D chart to adjust its angle and orientation.
Click the chart, then drag .
If a 3D chart doesn’t have a rotation control, the chart may be locked. To rotate the chart, you must unlock it first.