First, you should definitely consult the tip that explains how all the peak statistics are calculated:
Then, you can find your columns in the tree on the left by double-clicking on them, and you will find that "Area" and "Height" are TransitionResult values, which means you will get a row per transition, and you would likely want to include at least the "Transition" column to help understand which transition each "Area" and "Height" value a row is reporting.
If instead you want something that is a "PrecursorResult" value, then you would want something like "Total Area" (or "Total Area MS1") and "Max Height", but you should also note that "Max Height" will not correspond perfectly to what you are seeing in the chromatogram graph you have pictured, which would have to be some new kind of value like "Total Height" (since the chromatogram you see is summed from all the underlying transition chromatograms) and even then our "Height" values are background subtracted, and unfortunately, we don't supply a "Background Height" value. So, it is not actually possible to get at the un-background-subtracted height.
So, it is not at all easy to get something that looks just like the height you see in the total chromatogram graph, which you are showing. But, Precursor Result - Max Height is probably a resonable proxy, which should look like the background subtracted height you see for the most intense transition chromatogram, when you are looking at all the transitions (selecting a single precursor or using Split Graph).
Hope this helps. Sorry for not answering more quickly.