Set graph scale in PerformancePoint

Posted on 2009-04-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Is it possible to manually set the scale of a graph created in the dashboard designer of PerformancePoint?  I have some KPI's that have values that all fall in around 90%  the graph shows a scale of 0-100.  I was wondering if it is possible ot change that graph to a scale of 50-100 or some other value.
Question by:neteeyore
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    Hi neteeyore,

    Not as far as I know.
    For what you can do have a look here


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    Thanks Gary,

    That seems to be what I am finding as well. just wanted to see if anyone else had come up with a solution I didn't think of or find in my research.

    The site you listed is a reference to the KPI format, I am specifically trying to alter a graph on the dashboard.

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