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How to add series to chart in Excel?

In some cases, after creating a chart in Excel, you want to add a new series to the chart, and how could you solve it? Now I will tell you the method to add new series to a created chart in Excel.

Add series to chart

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Now for example, you want to add the follow data range as new series to the chart.


1. Right click at the chart and select Select Data from context menu. See screenshot:


2. In the popping out dialog, click Add button. See screenshot:


3. Then in the Edit Series dialog, specify the Series name and Series values by selecting the data you need from the data range. See screenshot:


4. Click OK > OK to close dialogs. Now you can see the new series has been added.


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