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Second x Axis in an Access Graph

Posted on 2006-11-05
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Hi,
I have a line graph with two statistics.
Say "Number of Sales" and "Value of Sales".
I can happily code the maximum and minimum scales for the first statistic (Left hand side).
and am using:
Me![Graph0].Object.Application.Chart.axes(2).minimumscale = _
          CDbl(Me.Min1) 'Set the minimum scale
      Me![Graph0].Object.Application.Chart.axes(2).maximumscale = _
          CDbl(Me.Max1) 'Set the maximum scale
But I'm having trouble identifing the second (Right hand side) x axis.
I've tried .axes(3), .axes(4) and .axes(1) and by doing so really messed up the graph.
I got it back again working as before the trail and error testing - actually all error testing.

My question is does anyone know how to reference the second x axis for maximum and minimum scales?
Or where I could go to find out?

Thanks
Danny

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by:quickdan
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Oh, by th way it's called "Secondary Value Axis".
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by:quickdan
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Well, I've answered my own question

Me![Graph0].Object.Application.Chart.axes(2,2).minimumscale = _
          CDbl(Me.Min1) 'Set the minimum scale
      Me![Graph0].Object.Application.Chart.axes(2,2).maximumscale = _
          CDbl(Me.Max1) 'Set the maximum scale

I guess you can close the ticket.

Danny
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