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add a reference line i a a grapth.

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Hello I need to add a reference line i a grapth made with Excel.

The idea is for example put an horizontal line for a value e.g 40 to compare the lower or upper data.

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Question by:limmontreefree
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Hi,

You could add a new serie with of data with 40 for every point
You will maybe have to change the Chart type for this serie

Send a dummy for any more help

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Skill, ok
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