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MSChart control - disable drag plot

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I want the areas of a graph to be selectable, but I want to prevent the user from being able to move the plot area (prevent drag and drop). Is it possible and if so how?
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You should set the cancel flag in the PlotSelected event to True, this should prevent the user from doing anything with the plot area as it is effectively unselectable.
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