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Quickly create a thermometer chart in Excel

As one of gauge charts, the thermometer chart is commonly used to compare the current value and the target value with percentage. here, I will introduce the Thermometer Chart of Kutools for Excel, which can help you create a thermometer chart as easy as possible in Excel.

Create a thermometer chart in Excel

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 Create a thermometer chart in Excel

You can use the Thermometer Chart feature to create a thermometer chart in Excel quickly.

1. Click Kutools > Charts > Thermometer Chart to enable this feature.

2. In the Thermometer Chart dialog, please configure as follows:
(1) In the Current Value box, please select the cell containing the current value;
(2) In the Target Value box, please select the cell containing the target value;
(3) In the Vertical Axis Type section, please check Auto Select or Percentage as you need.

3. Click the Ok button. Now the thermometer chart is created at once.

If Percentage is checked in the Vertical Axis Type section: If Auto Select is checked in the Vertical Axis Type section:

 Notes

1. If you have figured out the percentage of the current value to the target value, you can specify the current value using the percentage only, and click the Ok button to get the thermometer chart.

2. If both the current and target values are percentages, you can specify the current value and target value normally, and click the Ok button to generate the thermometer chart.

3. You can also type in the current value and target value manually, specify the vertical axis type, and click the Ok button to get the thermometer chart.

4. You can click the Sample button in the Thermometer Chart dialog to open the sample sheet. However, this operation will close the current dialog.


 Demo: Create a thermometer chart in Excel


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