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I want to draw a graph from statistical data.  The graphs may be line graphs, or scatter patterns, but will always be fairly simple.  I can't find anything in VB which seems relevant (I'm a fairly new user)

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bige,
Have you tried the MS Cg=hart Control?
It is fairly simple and should do what you were describing.

Go to the menu of Project/components, and check the MS Chart Control. The Chart control will be in your toolbox.  You can use them just like  a text box. Try it a few time.

Any questions let me know.
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Dalin
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