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    Chart

    Hi,

    I need chart (I am thinking pie chart) but maybe there are other best chart that will show what I need.

    Here is the situation:

    Target: 100%
    Complete:60%
    Progress:40%

    But in progress:
    Overdue: 10%
    In time: 30%

    So I want the "PROGRES" to show the overdue and in time
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    Re: Chart

    I'm not sure exactly what difficulty you are having, and your sample file does not contain any of your attempts to create a chart.

    If I assume the question is about the basics of creating a chart, try these steps:

    1) Select D1:F3
    2a) Insert -> chart -> pie chart.
    2b) Insert -> chart -> stacked bar chart
    2c) Insert -> chart -> stacked column chart

    Then report back on what problems you had creating these charts, which chart you feel best communicates what you want to show, what it does well and what it lacks. That will give us a starting place to explore your question.
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    Re: Chart

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