There are two ways I can think of that you could do this. The first would be to use a standard Stacked Column chart and arrange your data so that each row contains an indicator of the type. You'll then get a chart that looks like this:
You can see how to create a simple chart like this one in the video lesson: Essential Skills Lesson 5-2 Create a simple chart with two clicks.
A more complicated, but possibly more elegant solution would be to create a combination chart that uses a different chart type for Type B. Here's how it looks when using a Stacked Column for Type A and a Stacked Area for Type B:
You can see a walkthrough of how to create a combination chart like this one in the video lesson: Essential Skills Lesson 5-24 Create a combination chart containing different chart types.
I have also attached a copy of my example workbook:
I hope this is what you were looking for, but please feel free to reply if you're having any trouble getting the chart you need. If you'd like me to take a look at your workbook, you can attach it to your reply. You can also find instructions for attaching workbooks by clicking here.
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