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Is there any step by step guide for configuring a Excel Pivot Chart ?

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Click inside the pivot table, and click the chart button on the pivot table menu and you will get a chart selection menu (type of chart)for the pivot.  Make your selection as to chart type and there you go.  My guess is you are looking for something different from this.
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Microsoft has some nice references on Pivot Charts on their site, depending on your exact needs:

Creating PivotChart from source data - HA102919712

Creating Pivot Charts for existing PivotTable - Toc336601667

Connecting to external data to create a PivotChart - Toc336601668

Using an existing external data connection to create a PivotChart - Toc336601669

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There is also a post on the office.com Office Blogs that may be of interest - Practical PivotCharts in Excel
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