Learn how to create an interactive chart in Excel that switches views depending on the selection from the drop-down list. In addition to creating dynamic chart ranges, I also show you how to create combination charts in Excel;
This means charts that have different series types in one graph.
In this specific example, I show you how to add a horizontal average line to your column chart. This makes it simple to compare the values of the bars not just with one another but also with the average.
The key to dynamic charts is to create a data preparation table that sits between your raw data and your chart. Smart Excel formulas help you do this dynamically. We will be using INDEX & MATCH here.
Watch the steps in this video:
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