How to create stacked bar/column chart in Excel?
In Excel, the Stacked Bar/Column chart is usually used when the base data including totality. Now this tutorial is talking about creating a stacked bar/column chart in Excel.
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Here I take a stacked bar chart for instance.
1. Select the data including total data, and click Insert > Bar > Stacked Bar. See screenshot:
2. Then click Design > Switch Row/Column. See screenshot:
Now a stacked bar chart is created.
If you want to insert a stacked column chart, also click Insert > Column > Stacked Column, then click Design > Switch Row/Column. And the stacked column chart is shown as below screenshot:
Tip: If you need, you can add the totality labels by right clicking at the Total series, and selecting Add Data Labels from context menu, then the total labels are added.
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