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I need to create a bar chart - but with a twist. Think of

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I need to create a bar chart - but with a twist. Think of four columns for sales: Total Forecast, Actual Booked and Shipped, Booked but not shipped, Forecast but not booked. (Total Forecast is the sum of the other three.)
Within one bar chart I would like just two bars. Bar one is the Total Forecast. Bar Two is a stacked bar with the other three.
How do you combine a stacked bar chart with a standard bar?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Microsoft Office
Expert:  yourteqrepair replied 1 year ago.

Is it possible for you to post the excel sheet with fake data so i can get a better under of your request. Thanks

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