Break Chart Y Axis

This post will guide you how to break the Chart Y axis in an Excel worksheet. How do I make a chart with a break Y axis in Excel.

Break Chart Y Axis


For example, Assuming that you have the data in a range (B2:B5) from 10-50 and another range (C2:C5) from 60-90. You have create a line chart based on the data in your worksheet. And now you want to break the Y-axis in the existing chart. How to achieve it. Just do the following steps:

#1 select the range of cells A1:C5 as the source data of the chart.

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#2 go to INSERT tab, click 2-D Line button under Charts group to create a Line chart.

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#3 right click Data Series at the bottom of the chart, select the Format Data Series from the drop-down menu list.

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#4 select the Secondary Axis radio button in the SERIES OPTIONS section under Format Data Series pane.

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#5 the current chart added one more Y-Axis and it also called the secondary vertical axis.

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#6 right click on the secondary Y axis and select the Format Axis from the drop down list.

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#7 under the Format Axis pane, type the number 50 into the Maximum box, and type the [<=35] 0;;; into the Format Code text box in the Number section, and click Add button.

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#8 right click on the primary Y axis in the chart, and select the Format Axis from the drop down list. Type the [>=60]0;;; into the Format Code text box in the Number section, and click Add button.

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#9 you will see that the chart Y axis has been broken in your current chart.

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