problem with charts

Hu

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Hi!

could any one help me with following.
i would like my data organised in Clustered Column type of chart.
each of my two series has like 10 values (imagine usual income/expenses chart showing a companys performance during 10 months, each month having its own relative income and expense data series column). everything seems ok this far.
however, i need that every (income, expenses) amount represented the way Stacked Column type of chart does, so that i can see any of income/expenses subtotals' contribution to total.
basically i need to combine Clustered Column and Stacked Column charts into one. is this possible?

is the idea clear?


thanks in advance

hu
 

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