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looking for information on how to create a stacked bar chart, i have been googlein but can not for life of me find a good page that talks about how to create a stacked bar chart from making data to presentation.  I can get the data its the spresentation part.  The following is my data counts

Total            Final               Initial         FNONDep       FDep            INONDEp           IDEP
255      141      114      53      88      48      66

So teh total is for the side Axis, then I need to create stacked bar charts of hte Final versus Initial   So the stacked chart needs to be the FNONDEp and FDEp cobine in chart to make FINAL and same for INONDEP and IDEP.  My problem is each time I add a number to chart it keeps making it same bar, how do i seperate them or craete different series.
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Kyle Abrahams earned 2000 total points
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Would try this:


select total, final num, 'final' val into #temp
insert into #temp select total, initial,'initial' val
select * from #temp

that will create your correct dataset.

Then your series becomes num, and your group is val.
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