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Crystal report chart number formating

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I have a crystal report chart that I am attempting to show the percentatage as a data label and the amount formated as $1,000,000.00 in the legend.  I can show the amount in the legend, but the if i format it as I need, the data label changes to that format. How can I format both?
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From File-->Optios-->Fields-->Number-->Number select the preferred style.
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I applogize, but this does not address my issue. My issue is that I can only show a percent or currency amount in both the data label and legend. If I format the data label as an percentage, then I lose all formating in the legend. If I format the legend as currency, then the data labels are formated as currency. I need to format the data label as an percentage and currency in the legend.  
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I got a reply from Crystal support sying that is is not possable. Please close this question.
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You might want to check out the 3rd party add-on tool CRChart. It has much better support for this kind of stuff.

-Dan

disclaimer: I work for the company that makes this product.
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Link to the third party charting tool
http://www.threedgraphics.com/tdg/noteworthy/crystalreports.asp

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Glad i could help

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