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Today lets take a look at an Excel chart trick. Wed like to hide one or more series in a chart automatically depending on another cells value. We want to do this as dynamic as possible, so we want to avoid using manual filters or manually hiding any rows. We want the cell value to basically drive this process. Were even going to take it a step further and automatically sort the series based on visibility. Lets get to work. (upbeat music) My sample dataset here consists of Company, Sales, and a column that decides which values I want to show in the chart. So lets say Im running to a meeting and in that meeting we only want to discuss these three companies. I put a one here and only these three companies are going to show in that chart. If I want to include another Company, so lets say this one, I just need to put a one and thats going to automatically pop up in the chart without me having to manually do anything. Now, Im going to take this one step further and add this extra