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Excel 2010 Sparklines - horizontal bar

Posted on 2016-10-12
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I'm trying to get a Sparkline like in the attached image.
Sparkline I'm trying to get
The Sparklines options don't seem to have horizontal bars. It should be possible then with Conditional Formatting? If so, how?

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Question by:hindersaliva
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Glenn Ray earned 500 total points
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You're better off creating a tiny bar chart based on the data, like so:
EE-horizontalsparkline.png
Once you have one set up, you should be able to make duplicates for additional rows.  See the example file.

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-Glenn
EE-28975987.xlsx
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Thanks Glenn. It helped a lot.
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