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Domantas
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Line and Stacked column chart. Recreate in Power Pivot?

I have such kind of chart in Power BI, which works just perfectly.  Just add one measure in Column values, add another measures as lines and then column series to complete the split.
Line and stacked column Power BI.PNG

But now I need to recreate similar set up, just on the smaller scale in Excel. Is that even possible? Whenever I put some column into the Legend field, it esses up the whole chart - forgets that it was a combo chart and jumps back to clustered columns, and also splits both measures into categories which is not the desired result.

Combo Chart without legend.PNG

Combo Chart with legend.PNG

Is there a  away to force Legend field to be applied to only one measure and not the another? I tried to google for it, but all the examples I find are oversimplified and only shows how to make such a combo chart when all the data is in one single table.
Could it really be that the only way to have such kind of chart (which need to work with slicers) is to combine two different fact tables into one single table?

 

The piece of data model I use for this chart looks like this:

data model.PNG

 

 

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v-diye-msft
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Hi @Domantas 

 

Sorry your question is beyond our workscope, I'd like to suggest you creating issue in Powe pivot forum: 

https://forum.powerpivotpro.com/forums/forum/power-pivot/https://powerpivotforum.com.au/

Thanks!

 

Community Support Team _ Dina Ye
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Thanks, I will try to post it there. Just thought that many users of Power BI are comming from Power Pivot world, so might know the answer.

Hi @Domantas 

 

You are right, but it would be easier to get more professional answer if you raise it to its own portal. 🙂

 

 

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