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Chapter 21. Modifying Excel Charts > Adding a Secondary Axis to the Chart

Adding a Secondary Axis to the Chart

More often than not, you'll run into a situation where you need to use a chart to compare two sets of data that are extremely different in value, such as unit output and dollars sold. One way to display this type of information is with a secondary axis. In most cases, the values would be extremely different, so you would want the units on one y-axis, and the dollars represented on another y-axis (see Figure 21.9).

Figure 21.9. You can plot series on two different y-axes.



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