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MS Access Chartspace ticklabel orientation property

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Hi Experts,

I am building a linechart in using the OWC charting component using VBA in MS Access. I need help setting the Y Axis tick label orientation to downward. I dont have access to the object library to find the correct syntax. Is there anyone that can help with this?

Thanks,

smartin76
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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smartin76,

Since you did not post any of your code, I cannot give you any guess as to what your exact syntax might be.

So here is the general syntax:

ActiveChart.Axes(xlValue).TickLabels.Orientation = xlUpward


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oops,  that is for Excel.

The Access syntax might be:

ActiveChart.Axes(acValue).TickLabels.Orientation = acUpward

...but I am sure you get the idea.

;-)

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Worked like a charm! Thank you!
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Great!

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