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troubleshooting Question

MS Access Chart..

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Susan StevensonFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
Microsoft AccessMicrosoft Excel
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I am trying to create a column chart which has 2 axis the 2nd of which (right) will be driven by an underlying field in my query.  Is this possible?

I have got the basic chart working as attached but the data also contains another field called SLA which I want to portray as a line on the same chart.  I don't think I want trendline as from what I understand this is just a floating variation of what is already on there (I might be wrong)

Thank you in advance..