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in this video I'm going to show you how you can add connecting lines to stacked column charts or instead of connecting lines you might want to add a faint background or shaded areas to each of the sack sets so instead of them looking like this they're going to look like this this is the data set that we have and based on this I'm going to insert a stacked column chart I'm just going to position it right on top remove the gridlines and now to show the trend of each of these facts I have different options so one was what we saw at the beginning is to highlight the area behind each of these stacks but another option is to connect these stacks with a line if you go to the Settings here you can't find that option the option is actually under design add chart elements you can see that there is an overlap right so most of these pretty much all of these are here but lines is not there so you have to come to this menu and then click on series lines now you can format these lines to make them t...