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drawing an error band on a line chart

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Hi,

I have a line chart and I want to make two horizontal lines at +3%-0.5% and +3%+0.5%. How do I do this in excel 2013? I keep seeing the trendline option. Can I modify that.

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Would these two horizontal lines be at 2.5% and 3.5%, respectively AND is the line plot a percentage value as well?

If so, you would just add two new series to your existing data with these values as the only series values.
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This data could be in hidden columns for separated from your main data so as not to be interfering. See the example workbook.

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-Glenn
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