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how to center X-axis labels in Powerpoint Chart

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Hi,

I have a simple powerpoint bar chart where the labels for the bars are not centered. Any ideas on how to achieve this.

thanks.

brad
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If you are using PowerPoint 2003, this might help (I think in earlier versions all the labels are centered and there are no options to do otherwise)
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HP051984711033.aspx#PositionDataLabels

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