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I have spreadsheet with two columns, Budget and Actualized for each month of a year. Budget is always less that Actualized. Is it possible to make a column chart, where the budget is shown or marked on the Actualized columns?

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tirsdag den 3. december 2019 kl. 09.16.03 UTC+1 skrev Daddy Sage:
I have spreadsheet with two columns, Budget and Actualized for each month of a year. Budget is always less that Actualized. Is it possible to make a column chart, where the budget is shown or marked on the Actualized columns?


I found a solution to what I want.

https://stephanieevergreen.com/overlapping-bars/


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