|A High-Low Chart displays a sequence of data points, each representing a one-dimensional value range. The begin values of consecutive data points are connected with a "low" line. The end values are connected with a "high" line. The area between these two lines is filled with different colors, depending on whether the "high" line runs above or below the "low" line.
This example shows a revenue vs expense trend per year as a 3D high low chart. The Y axes uses currency value formatting in thousands. The title uses soft shadows and Y axis stripes are enabled for the back wall and side chart walls.