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Create XY Scatter Chart with Two Y axis?

Posted on 1999-07-14
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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I would like to create a chart of type XY Scatter that has two Y axis. (Not a line on 2 axes). How do I go about doing this in Excel 7.0
Question by:khaledc
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Expert Comment

ID: 1609110

It is very simple: Prepare your worksheet and then click on the ChartWizard.
Choose XY scatter type and go to step 2.
in step 2 move to the Series Tab, in which you can define any number of series to put on the graph, for each one you can set the title, X values, and Y values.

If you mean anything else, please describe in more details.


Author Comment

ID: 1609111
I am not asking how to do XY Scatter with more than one Y series, I need a XY Scatter with Two Y axis (on each side of the Chart).
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cri earned 200 total points
ID: 1609112
Select the serie(s) you want, then right click, format data series, Axis, check box secondary axis. Formatting the secondary axis is the same as the primary one.

If you need more, please ask back before rejecting or hitting me with a low grade.

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