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    Good Noon,

    I was intended to prepare a stacked chart of the below-given data.
    But not able to create dynamically.

    Can anyone please help me in creating the below-given chart with the data attached to it.

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    Dec'17 Jan'18 Feb'17 Mar'17 Apr'18 May'18
    Total 3.5% 3.5% 3.3% 2.7% 3.6% 3.4%
    ROUTER 25% 24% 23% 30% 41% 36%
    LAN DEVICE 75% 76% 77% 70% 59% 64%
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    Re: Stacked Chart

    I suggest you create a new table that multiplies the total values by each percentage, then plot those as a stacked column. You can then add data labels and link them to the percentage cells (select each data label in turn, type an = in the formula bar and select the relevant cell).

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    Rorya: Thanks for your reply
    Can you create the chart and share with me.
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    Re: Stacked Chart

    It can, and I just told you how. Which part are you struggling with?

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    I would really appreciate if you could do and show me in the attached Excel sheets of Mine.

    Anyhow thanks for sharing your logic.

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    Re: Stacked Chart

    Something like the attached.

    There isn't any real point to having both a total percentage label and a scale on the Y axis.
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    Its what I was expected but I am not able to get the data label of the total percentage. which would be top of the stacked chart.

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    As I said, I can't see the point in having a Y axis and labelling the bars with their values. Only one is needed.

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