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I have a combination chart on Excel 2013. It has both lines and stacked areas. When I hover over the lines, it shows all relevant information ('series', 'point' and 'value') of the data point.

Over line

When I hover over the areas, it shows only 'series' and 'point'.

Over area

I've done some research, but this doesn't seem to apply, the File > Options > Advanced > Chart > Show Data Point Values on Hover is checked. Besides, I wouldn't see anything on hover if it weren't.

Any idea how to display the value on hover?

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  • @pnuts, no I haven't asked there. – GUI Junkie Mar 4 '15 at 13:15
  • @pnuts, doesn't seem to be any question there. – GUI Junkie Mar 4 '15 at 13:23
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    This is unfortunately all you get from an area chart. – Jon Peltier Mar 23 '15 at 21:01
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Indeed, as Jon Peltier mentioned above, the area chart does not show the y-axis value. I switched to 'Line chart' and 'Area Line chart' (on excel 16.x on OSX) and both showed the corresponding value off the y axis.

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Throw that same field twice in your pivot and go to Design / Change Chart Type / Combo. Keep your first field as a line chart and make the chart type for the second field (which is duplicate) "Area". Now, go to your chart and select the line curve and make it invisible.

  • That's an interesting approach. When I have time, I'll check it out. Thanks! – GUI Junkie Mar 8 at 8:40

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