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Number and percentages on line and stacked column chart

Hey all,

The bars in this visual are for the orders, I want to show the number of orders and their percentages in a presentable way! for this screenshot, I used the orders field as the column value to show total, then  I used the same field in the line value and converted it to a percentage but when trying to hide the line it affects the visual if you look closer you'd notice it. Any suggestion to solve this issue?

the three lines(3 fields) are for the average measure.



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Ignore the lines, and focus on numbers and percentages, please. I wanted to show the numbers of orders and the percentage of orders based on the day. What I did for now is to duplicate the visual, in the first one I dragged the orders column to the column value section and showed it as count. in the second visual, I dragged the same column to the column value section and showed it as a percent of grand total. I added a button to give the user an option to present the values however he wants. I used this visual because I needed the lines to be there. is there another way I can show numbers and percentages on this type of visual?

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Community Support

Is the Y axis wrong? Sorry, it's hard to know what issue you're having.Could you mark it in the picture and share a sample pbix file to let us know your scenario clearly.

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