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I have a big set of data that I split it into 2 ranges (here I am just showing small data for clarification).
I want to draw one chart based on those 2 ranges, to get a result as the "Desired Result" chart. However, what I am getting now is the "Current Result" chart. The data range I am using as shown is: A3:A8,B3:B8,C3:C8,D3:D8,E3:E8,F3:F8

My question is: Is it possible to draw one graph continuously based to ranges in different columns?
If that is possible, how can we achieve it?

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EDIT The question How to merge x-axis data from two ranges? does not fit my case. In there, the values of Y axis are all in the same column A, and the values of X axis are in two different columns B and C.
In my case, the values of Y axis AND X axis are in 2 different columns. B & E for axis X, C & F for axis Y.

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    Does this answer your question? How to merge x-axis data from two ranges?
    – Tedinoz
    May 14 at 0:38
  • @Tedinoz Thank you for the comment, but that does not answer my question. In my case, I have the columns arranged exactly as showed in the cells A3:F8, and I want to draw the graph based on columns in the way they are arranged in.
    – philippos
    May 15 at 0:35
  • @Tedinoz I updated my question to describe the difference from the question you suggested.
    – philippos
    May 15 at 0:46
  • You are wrong about "merge x-axis from two ranges". This is the approach to take.
    – Tedinoz
    May 15 at 9:25

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The solution to this problem is to create data in two columns for the x-axis as outlined in How to merge x-axis data from two ranges?


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