I have tried that, however i'm trying to figure out how to designate a set of data as the 2nd pie. Every time i've set it up, the 2nd pie is simply a complete pie rather than another breakdown of a second set of data. Any suggestions?
One more question to the rock star, if you don't mind.
I'm trying to plot the chart, however whatever It's not splitting the proper piece of the pie. I've pasted the information that I would like to chart (A-E in the 1st pie and 1-5 in the 2nd), and left the space in E, however, the problem persists that E is an entity of its own and "1"is also in the 1st pie, which plots 2-5 as part of the 2nd pie. Does that make sense?
Nevermind, I just figured it out. Thanks. This message was edited by bvc on 2002-09-17 13:47
I guess I'm gonna eat some humble pie. The pastel colors that Excel assigned to my earlier example lead me to believe that you do leave an empty cell... But you don't! So, your "E:" slice will be labelled "Other". Be sure and follow the instructions in the Help topic that I posted earlier. You'll need to designate the last 5 entries as the pie-of-pie values.