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Access 2002 Chart - Color the individual bars

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I am creating an Access Bar Chart.  It all looks pretty good EXCEPT I cannot color the bars.  Each of the 10 bars should be an individual color.  I can color them all the same color but not each one differently.

How do I do that?
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Click on the Legend for each bar & then when selected, click the format menu & select colour.


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It's all so easy when you know what to do.  Thanks again, Kelvin.

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It is, but you don't know how many sleepless nights went into getting my head around Access Graphs. When you start getting on top of it, you can then start managing all this using VBA - that's when the real fun starts.


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