How to create stacked column chart from a pivot table in Excel?
In this article, I introduce a way about how to create a stacked column chart from a pivot table step by step in Excel, if you are interested in this operation, please follow below for details
|Stacked column chart from range|
|Stacked column chart from pivot table|
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Firstly you need to create a pivot table, next format the pivot table, and finally create the stacked column chart and format is as you need.
1. Firstly, you need to arrange and format the data as below screenshot shown:
2. Then select this data range, click Insert > PivotTable to enable Create Pivot Table dialog, specify the location you want to place the pivot table. See screenshot:
3. Click OK. Now a PivotTable Fields pane is displayed. Then setup Month and Product in the Rows, Region-Product in the Columns, and ProduceValues as you see in below screenshot:
Then the pivot table is created as below screenshot shown:
Then we begin to create a stacked column chart from this pivot table.
4. Select the pivot table, click Insert > Insert Column or Bar Chart (or Insert Column Chart, or Column)> Stacked Column. See screenshot:
Now the stacked column chart has been created
If you want to hide the field buttons, right click at any field button to select Hide All Field Buttons on Chart. See screenshot: