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how to make a chart without using MSchart control?

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How do i draw a chart without using that stupid MSchart control? and also, i wish that my chart X-axis is a moving scale , that is, the scale is a time axis that will keep moving to the left ?
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use a picture box and then scale it and use the .Line method to draw on it. Once it's scaled you can refer to points in whatever units you like.

Have active code that allows you to not only plot, but *smae* sub can print too. Pass PictureBox as object to routine and you get on screen plot. Pass Printer as object and you get hard copy.

Write me direct at mark_lambert@ntsc.navy.mil and I'll mail some code to 'ya!

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