Bug Excel!!

I have a nice excel bug with a graph.
I have 3 lines and you can see in the numbers that lines 2 crosses line one at one point but it's not at all what shows in the graph!!!
And worst the graph shows numbers over 450,000 when in reality there is nothing higher then 209,181
There the file and the print screen
I copied the data and pasted it as only "values" to another spread sheet and it's the same problem!
tx!
BugExcel.xlsx
2015-05-26-16-20-23-Microsoft-Excel---Bu
philjansAsked:
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AlanConsultantCommented:
Hi,

You had the chart type set to 'stacked' (cumulative) rather than just a 'line'.

I have fixed that in the attached Version 1.

Is that what you are after?

Alan.
BugExcel---Version-1.xlsx
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philjansAuthor Commented:
Thanks Alan, that's exactly it!
I don't even know what Stacked graph are for!
But line is what I need.
Thank you a lot!
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AlanConsultantCommented:
Glad to have helped.

Stacked charts show you the cumulative amounts, so might be used for tracking sales through a year towards a total target, rather than just month by month.

If you are happy, please can you close the question off.

Thanks,

Alan.
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