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What's the
call for changing the widths of lines on graphs created with Excel
I imagine..it's something like
ActiveChart.LineWidth=
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activechart.SeriesCollection(1).border.weight
where activechart is the chart you want to change, and 1 is the data series for which you want to change the width.

It can be set to one of the following:
xlHairline = 1
xlThin  = 2
xlMedium = 3
xlThick =4
 
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