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To Break Y-Axis for multiple data series

 
 
Sheikh Saadi
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      9th Apr 2010
Hi,
I have a lot of data in which sometimes data varies too much that some bars
raise up to 1000s and some remain within 100s. now, to overcome this problem
I used Peltier Tech’s solution
(http://peltiertech.com/Excel/Charts/BrokenYAxis.html) to break the y-axis
which works fine when I used that for single data series. Now the problem is
my data spans through 8 categories and 12 Months. My data looks something
like this:

Customers Jan Feb Mar Apr May June
AAA 25 29 12 25 29 12
BBB 26 69 23 26 69 23
CCC 12 23 32 12 23 32
DDD 29 24 70 29 24 70
EEE 19 12 12 19 12 12
FFF 21 10 30 21 10 30
GGG 10 15 16 10 15 16
HHH 9 30 7 9 30 7


Now I am lost, when my data plots over multiple data series within one
month. Can someone help me here. I need this as soon as possible. For this I
will be very thankful to you.

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