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making a moving chart in a vb.net windows form

Posted on 2009-04-03
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After looking at the excel file, how could you do this with vb.net?  I have versions 2003 and 2008.  The right hand side is a list that includes buttons in a grid that when pressed places a mark in the history on the left.  The history should have the cpability to move back and forth to display the history of the button presses.
NMP-UPDATED-MAIN-PAGE-2009-04-01.xls
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I guess it is not possible!
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