Some times you may come across a situation where you want to show 2 variables in one Excel chart.

For example, you may have some sales data and a transactional count that you want to show in one chart to see if there is any relationship between the two variables.

Well you can certainly combine a Column graph with a Line graph to compare the data and have two separate axes.

Below I show you how you can do this in a few simple steps.


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