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How to create a win loss sparkline chart in Excel? 

In Excel, a win loss chart displays positive and negative values with different colors which can help you to view the trends of multiple data. This article, I will talk about how to create a simple win loss sparkline chart in cells.

Create a win loss sparkline chart in Excel

Create a win loss sparkline chart in Excel

The following steps may help you to create the win loss chart, please do as this:

1. Click Insert > Win/Loss, see screenshot:

2. And a Create Sparklines dialog box is popped out, select the data range that you want to create charts based on, and then choose the cells where you want to output the charts, see screenshot:

3. Then click OK button, and you will get the charts as following screenshot shown:

4. At last, you can change the charts style to your need in the Style list box, see screenshot:

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