Chart using 100% stacked column

Woodman

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I've been asked to prepare a graph showing actual expense $ spent as part of the $ budgeted for the past 5 years for 6 expense categories. For example, Personnel costs for each of 2000-2004 with each year's column consisting of actual $ (let's assume on average 80% is spent) and the remainder is the unspent $.
Any hints from the charting power users out there?
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RalphA

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Please give it a try, then, if you have a specific problem, post again, with your example data and tell us where your problem is. Then, we wil be able to help you.

If you are a complete amature, then please study one of the many tutorials available online, and ask specific questions.
 

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