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How to show hidden data in chart in Excel?

In default, when you insert a chart based on a range of data with some hidden data, the hidden data is also hidden in the chart. However, in some special cases, you want to show these hidden data in the chart in Excel, how can you do?

Show hidden data in chart

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In Excel, you can choose if show data in hidden rows and columns.

1. Click the chart, and then click Design > Select Data. See screenshot:


2. A Select Data Source dialog pops up, and click Hidden and Empty Cells button. See screenshot:


3. And you can see a Hidden and Empty Cell Settings dialog pops out, and check Show data in hidden rows and columns. See screenshot:


4. Click OK > OK to close dialogs. And then you will see the hidden data showed in chart.


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