# Line Graph

#### GoliLoli

##### New Member
Hi all,

So full disclosure, I'm a total Excel noob so I think my problem is a pretty easy fix for someone who knows their stuff.

Essentially, I am making a key performance indicator (KPI) dashboard for a Shipping/Receiving department. The main thing we are tracking is delivered in full on time rates (DIFOT) over time.

I want to make a graph using "column E" the X-Axis and "column L" as the Y-Axis. Column L is essentially just stating whether the shipment was delivered in full on time, which is a simple binary yes or no answer. I think the easiest way to do it is simply to put a "1" in that cell for yes, and a "0" for no. However as you can see in the picture when I put a 1 in that cell it autopopulates to 1/1/1900.

Question1 : How do I stop this from auto-populating to 1/1/1900?

Question 2: How would I go about creating a graph that automatically updates each time someone new info into cells in column E and L, and reflects DIFOT as a percent on the Y with all 12 months on the X? Like I mentioned since DIFOT is a binary yes or no I think the easiest is to do Y=1 and N=0,but I want it to automatically update the graph and be reflected as a percent on the Y.

Appreciate the help in advance. Please let me know if you need any additional info to help with this solution.

Thanks!!!!!

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#### RoryA

##### MrExcel MVP, Moderator
First, you should really only bump once every 24hours.

Second, question 1 is just a formatting issue - format those cells as General.

Question 2 I'm not really clear on what you want - a percentage of what?

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