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I have a table that has many rows w

I have a table that has many rows w

RE: I have a table that has many rows w

Do you mean something like this?

If so, select cells B1-C9, Insert - Charts - select your Pie chart

Unless you mean something else by "create a pie chart with this column [non-calculated percentage] as an axis."

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RE: I have a table that has many rows w

What story do you want to tell?

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RE: I have a table that has many rows w

Completions are independent and do not sum up to 100%; pie chart naturally shows shares of items in total.
I would rather use clustered bar with multicolumn data axis, here's the default result:

Excel set Project ID text vertically I couldn't find any setting to change this.


RE: I have a table that has many rows w

Just what I am looking for combo! Thanks.

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