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Combo Chart - Office Applications
Combo Charts are used to show correlating  and comparable data in a more readable fashion. This article shows Office 2016, but the process also works in Office 2013.

Example of a combo chart, typically a column-line chart:

Combo Chart

Step 1:Enter your data in Excel, PowerPoint, or Word. Step 2:
Select the data. 
Select Data
Step 3:
In Excel, click the Insert tab and click the Combo Charts button in the Charts group.
In Word and PowerPoint, click the Insert tab and select Chart. Click the Combo option in the Insert Chart window.
Step 4:
There are three combo chart options:

Clustered Column - Line
Uses one axis to display both sets of data. 

Clustered Column - Line

Clustered Column - Line on Secondary Axis
Creates a second vertical axis for the second set of data. 

Clustered Column - Line on Secondary Axis

Stacked Area - Clustered Column
Uses one axis to display stacked and clustered information.

Stacked Area - Clustered Column


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