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I have the following columns and data; how do I create a multi line graph so that each line is for each category.

Column A       Column B

2013-06-08    blue
2013-06-09    red
2013-06-09    blue
2013-06-10    green
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I want a line graph to see a trend over time.  What I think is making it difficult here is that there are duplicate dates and items in column B.   If you think it would be better, I can run a query so that Column B values are all the same.
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by:Patrick Matthews
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What is that you are trying to graph?
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by:dorianit
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I'm trying to graph blue, red, and green over time.
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Gašper Kamenšek earned 1500 total points
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What re the values you are trying to graph...

Here I just made up some numbers, but it would go something like in the sample below

Line-Charts.xlsx
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