## How do you find the difference between two lines in Excel?

To quickly highlight cells with different values in each individual row, you can use Excel’s Go To Special feature.

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- Select the range of cells you want to compare.
- On the Home tab, go to Editing group, and click Find & Select > Go To Special… Then select Row differences and click the OK button.

## How do you show difference in Excel graph?

(Recommend)3 steps by using a powerful Charts tool to create a chart with percentage chart

- Click Kutools > Charts > Difference Comparison > Column Chart with Percentage Change.
- In the Percentage Change Chart dialog, select the axis labels and series values as you need into two textboxes.

**How do you find the variance on a line graph in Excel?**

Hold down your Ctrl key and select the range A9:M10 using your mouse. The Ctrl key allows you to select non-adjacent ranges. Click the Insert ribbon tab and click Recommended Charts. The variance chart should be the first one highlighted, as shown in Figure 5.

**What is a comparative line graph?**

A comparative line graph is used to compare two sets of data on the same axis, such as comparing two separate rivers discharge throughout the course of a year.

### How do you create a chart to compare two sets of data?

Use Excel’s chart wizard to make a combo chart that combines two chart types, each with its own data set.

- Select the two sets of data you want to use to create the graph.
- Choose the “Insert” tab, and then select “Recommended Charts” in the Charts group.

### How do you graph variance?

To find: Variance = Actual Sales – Target Sales, Variance% = Variances/Target Sales.

- Step 1: Enter the data in the spreadsheet and select the entire data.
- Step 2: To insert a chart, Go to Insert menu >>Click Insert column or Bar chart and select Clustered bar chart.

**How do you find the variance on a line graph?**

Solution #1: Display Variance Percentage on Chart In the Format Data Labels menu you will see a Value From Cells option. This allows you to select a range of values to add to the labels. For this example I calculated the variance in another column, then chose that column to display on the chart labels.

**How do you make a comparative line graph?**

Creating a compound line graph

- Step 1 – Draw the axis. The independent variable e.g. time, should be plotted along the x-axis (horizontal).
- Step 2 – Plot the data. Plot the data for the first entry.
- Step 3 – Finish, shade and label. Add the next data entry.

#### How do you show comparisons on a graph?

If you want to compare values, use a pie chart — for relative comparison — or bar charts — for precise comparison. If you want to compare volumes, use an area chart or a bubble chart. If you want to show trends and patterns in your data, use a line chart, bar chart, or scatter plot.

#### How do you create a line graph that compares two sets of data?

How to show two sets of data on one graph in Excel

- Enter data in the Excel spreadsheet you want on the graph.
- Select the data you want on the graph.
- Click the “Insert” tab and then look at the “Recommended Charts” in the charts group.
- Choose “All Charts” and click “Combo” as the chart type.

**What type of graph is best to compare two sets of data?**

a Bar Graph. Bar graphs are used to compare things between different groups or to track changes over time.

**How do I compare two charts in spreadsheets?**

Go to the Chart style section. Enable compare mode. Compare mode provides additional information when we hover over a data value. Close the chart editor.