Line chart scale problem

Posted on 2009-02-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hi experts

I have this funny thing I can't solve. On the X-Axis the line chart is showing dates as scale. But look(file test.jpg) what it does with some of the dates, it, does not write the last number?
I have tried to make the chart smaller and the text smaller, but it still makes the same error?
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    Assisted Solution

    I have never used charts in access but I know that in excel the information on your x axis would be in labels.  It that's true for you here, simply make the labels wider and turn off the AutoSize property (if it exists in your's been a while since I've done anything in access so forgive me if I don't sound like I know what i'm talking about.)  HA

    Regardless of my rambling,

    I hope this  helps.

    Accepted Solution

    Sorry dds110, I can't change the size of the labels. But I gave it another format and now it works. Sorry for troubeling you and any one that have used time on this question.
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    Expert Comment

    No problem, but since you've figured it out, make sure you close this question with one of the community moderators.

    Author Comment

    How do you close it?
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    Expert Comment

    It's been a while since I've had to close one and it seems the rules have changed a bit.  I'm not trying to be a jerk, but, allow me to point you to the help page so that I don't give you the wrong answer.

    Click the help link up top (or just click here:  Click "Asking Questions" in the panel on the left side of the screen.  Click "How do I close a question" in the list that appears.  You have several options to close the question.

    Again, I'm not trying to be a jerk.  I'd rather you go through the trouble than to take my advice on something I'm obviously not an expert in.



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