You have a couple options:
1) If you want to maintain independent y-axes for each measure, then you are physically limited to two line charts on each graph (Option 1 tab in the updated attached workbook)
2) If you want to place all measures onto one graph, then you can leverage the measure names & measure values fields (Option 2 tab in attached workbook). This method works well if all the measures have similar scales, but will make it hard to read if certain measures have very different scales.
Thank you. I also need to show the Labels - i need to modify the labels a bit before adding that to graph. When i do that, i see all the 3 labels assigned to each point. How can i assign the correct label to the correct point and not get all the labels assigned to each point. The attached file will help make more sense. The requirement is that i need to modify labels to add $ for revenue, U for Units, Percent for Percentage
Any idea on this ?
I'm not sure I understand what you're trying to achieve.
1) Adding $, U, Percent, etc. to the labels would be done as you have in the updated workbook, by editing the label description.
2) There is no way to pick and choose which labels get marked. Your options are what is shown in the Label dialog box (Min/Max, All, selected, etc.). In the workbook attached, a lot of the marks are close together so your available space is limited without causing labels to overlap on each other.