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MSChart control - setting Y-axis values

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I have a VB 6.0 application where I'm using the MSChart control.  I set the value scale maximum to my max value and the value scale major division to 25 for the y-axis and the control automatically puts the scale for the divisions on the y-axis.  The scale has values to the third decimal place.  I do not need this much accuracy.  Is there a way I can format the scale so that the scale values only go to one decimal place?
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Question by:deanw041997
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Use this to define the format of labels on the Y-Axis

MSChart1.Plot.Axis(VtChAxisIdY).Labels(1).Format = "0.0"
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With mschart1.Plot.Axis(VtChAxisIdY).Labels(1)
   .VtFont.Name = "Arial"
   .VtFont.Size = 8
   .Format = "### ##0.0"
End With
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thanks - works great
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