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Crystal Reports 10 Bubble Chart - Data Labels

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I have created a Crystal Reports chart out of the following database:

Application:

Application Name
Business Score
Technology Score
Size

The Business Score is the x value, Technology is y, Size is the size of the bubble.

I am trying to make labels on each of the bubbles of the Application Name, but I am only able to make the labels the values of the scores

For example, I have the record:

Application:
House
45
13
80

The label says "(45, 13, 80)" but I want it to say "House"

How do I do this?

Your help is very much appreciated.
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As far as I know, you can only display the (X, Y and size) or (X, Y) on your labels.

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Glad I could help.

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