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Creating dual-axis charts
Creating dual-axis charts
The Excel 2013 charting engine provides you with the flexibility to plot more than one data
series, even if the series use two different scales. For example, Consolidated Messenger
might track seasonal package volumes for each regional distribution center by category
and, as part of the same data collection, track the number of improperly routed packages.
When you have two differing but related data series in a table, you can summarize the data
by using a dual-axis chart. To create a dual-axis chart, click any cell in the data you want to
chart and then, on the Insert tab, click the type of chart you want to create. When you do,
Excel plots both data series by using that chart type.
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