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Overlapping Bar Chart

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dcnkmnarnFlag for United States of America asked on
Microsoft Excel
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I've found examples on web that show how to do an overlapping bar chart (with thinner bars in front), by using secondary axis.  Is there a way to do this when the secondary axis is not available (already used).  

My 1st data series is a bar chart on primary axis;  2nd data series is a line chart on secondary axis;  and for my 3rd data series (to be plotted against primary axis) - needs to also be bar chart but with the bars fatter (overlapping) the 1st data series.  

Is this doable (non-vba solution preferred)?  Thanks in advance.