If you want to make your Excel charts look like they were made in 2010, instead of 1982, see the Excel Charting tutorials on Jon Peltier’s blog.
However, if you feel like kicking it old skool…
I couldn’t read the title and y-axis, so I took a stab.
I don’t know how to turn the y-axis text vertical like that.
I wasn’t sure how to get the x-axis tick marks in the center of the columns rather than in between them.
There’s a stray period in the y-axis text because Excel sucks sometimes.
You’re going to need these TrueType fonts to simulate the Apple ][ pixel font.
The RGB is 95, 142, 207
The gap width for the data series is 20.
The next time you have a board meeting, be sure to include a chart like this. Everyone will start reminiscing about their old Apple ][ machines and you’ll be a hero.