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mschart bar graph - horizontal?

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I am using mschart (VB5) to show some charts on the screen. Is there any way for a bar graph to run horizontally across the screen, rather than vertical?
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Not with the MSChart control I am afraid. This control doesn't support horizontal histograms.
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So can you (or anyone else) recommend a good charting OCX?
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My advice is the ComponentOne Chart7 product from http://www.componentone.com you can download an evaluation version before you buy so I would give this a shot and see how it goes.
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Thanks for that. Have you come across ChartFX at all? It looks quite good.
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