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MSChart for Visual Basic 6.0 - need to display many points on the chart, aswell as a single line.

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I need to plot out alot of points on a graph, then graph the "line of best fit". I can decide the line of best fit, but I cannot figure out how to plot several points that will NOT be connected in the line graph.

I need to basically plot what is below and after that, I will throw in one line that I have deemed the "best fit".



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I have solved the problem, here is the code if anyone is interested.

For Each serX In MSChart1.Plot.SeriesCollection
     serX.SeriesMarker.Show = True
     serX.ShowLine = False
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