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MSChart axis label question

Posted on 2004-03-25
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I am doing an XY scatter chart that has the vertical zero crossing somewhere in the middle and the labels appear right under the zero line (which means it appears right in the middle of the graph).  Is there a way I can tell the label to stay on the bottom, even if the vertical zero line is somewhere in the middle of the chart?

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Bill
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no bill sorry i don't thk there is any way because that is the (0,0) point in the graph...

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PG:

Based on the fact that no one else bothered answering the question, I assume that, as you mentioned, there IS no way to do this; therefore, you are awarded FULL points and an "A" grade.  I guess no one else bothered answering the question because you answered it fully and correctly.

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I found out how to do it.  search "intersection" in the help file.

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