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I found an example on the Microsoft FTP site where a MS Graph chart was embedded on an Access form and the user was able to change the chart type by clicking on toggle buttons. The buton option values are set to different numbers, each of which represent a specific chart type.  The chart types I am using were not included in the example.  Where can I go to find these chart type values?
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1=xlAreaStacked
2=xlBarClustered
3=xlColumnClustered
4=xlLineMarkers
5=xPie
6=xlDonut
7=xlRadarMarkers
8=xlXYScatterLines
9=xl3DArea
10=xl3DBarClustered
11=xl3DColumn
12=xl3DLine
13=xl3DPie
14=xlSurface


To see the types just have a command button and a chart.


On click of command button put

Static x
x=x+1
me.graph.type=x



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I am looking for the values of the Stock, XY and Bubble chart types. I'll try determining these values based on the method listed above.  Thanks.
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