How to set the Microsoft NET Chart Y Axis Starting Value and Y Axis Scale

Posted on 2009-02-23
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
I have a chart that works well.
However, I would like to set the Y Axis to start at a specific value instead of zero.
What property can be set?

I would also like to set the Y Axis scale.
What property can be set?
Question by:Dovberman

    Author Comment

    The Chart help documentation references Axis properties.
    The Axis.Minimum property Gets or sets the minimum value of an axis.

    I need to specify the YAxis minimum = 10.

    There is no ChartName.YAxis.Minimum property

    How is the YAxis Minimum property set?

    Accepted Solution

    This is how it is done:

                <asp:ChartArea Name="ChartArea1">

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