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How do I change the field used on the X or Y axis after report created?

Posted on 2006-11-09
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Hello Crytal Experts.

I have created a report ( which I'm very impressed with BTW ; )   however I want to change the Y axis to a different field's data.   I cannot seem to find where I do this?  Have looked all through Chart Options etc.   As a last resort I have posted here, can you please help me.

Thankyou

Broad.
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In Report Explorer navigate to find your graph element, right click and select Chart Expert, then either Applied to Group Template or Applied to this Instance.
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Did you just answer your own question...?   : )


What version of Crystal are you using?

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Hi Mike,

Yes I did, found it after many many attempts!

I am using Crystal Report version 11

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