Mschart, How to change Axis Scale Divisions per label at runtime

It's amazing how such a component is so bad documented!!!
If you go to custom property, and if you go to Axis tab, you see divisions per label and divisions per tick, fine, I can change here, but what is the name of this function, I need to change it at runtime, but I cann't figure out what is its name!!!

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TimCotteeHead of Software ServicesCommented:
mschart1.Plot.Axis (VtChAxisIdY ).CategoryScale.DivisionsPerTick


I agree though, documentation on this is pretty poor!

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Private Sub Command1_Click()
'The following example sets the scaling attributes for a category axis.
    ' Sets scaling attributes for a category axis.
    'MSChart1.chartType = VtChChartType2dLine
    With MSChart1.Plot.Axis(VtChAxisIdX, 1).CategoryScale
        .Auto = False 'Sets manual scaling.
        .DivisionsPerLabel = 2 'Label appears every two divisions.
        .DivisionsPerTick = 2 'Ticks appear every two divisions.
        .LabelTick = True 'Labels displayed on top of Tick marks.
    End With
End Sub
dorockAuthor Commented:
Erick37, but Tim was first...

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