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How do i plot two lines in ms access 2007 report

Posted on 2009-04-14
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Not much additional,  I must really just be missing something.  I have a date for the x axis and two values to plot but I can only seem to do one.
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There is a Preview step in the Chart Wizard.
In this step, you must physically "Drag and Drop" the other field into the same box as the the original field.

(In this screen you can also double-click any of the fields and change the Summary as well.)

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Thank You!  I knew I was just spacing on it.  Thanks!
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