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How to create a chart with both percentage and value in Excel?

It is easy for us to add percentage or value to the bar or column chart, but, have you ever tried to create a column or bar chart with both percentage and value displayed in Excel?

Create a chart with both percentage and value in Excel


Create a chart with both percentage and value in Excel

To solve this task in Excel, please do with the following step by step:

1. Select the data range that you want to create a chart but exclude the percentage column, and then click Insert > Insert Column or Bar Chart > 2-D Clustered Column Chart, see screenshot:

2. After insert the chart, then, you should insert two helper columns, in the first helper column-Column D, please enter this formula: =B2*1.5, and then drag the fill handle down to the cells, see screenshot:

3. And then, in the second helper column, Column E, enter this formula: =B2&CHAR(10)&" ("&TEXT(C2,"0%")&")", and drag the fill handle down to the cells that you want to use, see screenshot:

4. Then, select the created chart, and right click, choose Select Data from the context menu, see screenshot:

5. In the Select Data Source dialog box, click Add button, see screenshot:

6. And then, under the Series values section, select the data in the first helper column, see screenshot:

7. Then, click OK button, this new data series has been inserted into the chart, and then, please right click the new inserted bar, and choose Format Data Series, see screenshot:

8. In the Format Data Series pane, under the Series Options tab, select Secondary Axis from the Plot Series On section, and you will get the below screenshot shown:

9. Then, right click the chart, and choose Select Data, in the Select Data Source dialog box, click the Series2 option from the left list box, and then click Edit button, see screenshot:

10. And in the Axis Labels dialog, select the second helper column data, see screenshot:

11. Click OK button, then, go on right click the bar in the char, and choose Add Data Labels > Add Data Labels, see screenshot:

12. And the values have been added into the chart as following screenshot shown:

13. Then, please go on right click the bar, and select Format Data Labels option, see screenshot:

14. In the Format Data Labels pane, please check Category Name option, and uncheck Value option from the Label Options, and then, you will get all percentages and values are displayed in the chart, see screenshot:

15. In this step, you should fill the helper column data series as no color, click to select the data series bar, and then click Shape Fill > No Fill under the Format tab, see screenshot:

16. At last, right click the secondary axis, and choose Format Axis option from the context menu, see screenshot:

17. In the Format Axis pane, select None options from the Major type, Minor type and Label Position drop down list separately, see screenshot:


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