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Setting Crystal Report X-axis Min And Max Dynamically

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I have 1 crystalReport1.rpt with 1 Graph1, how can I set MaxDataAxisValue property by my dynamic value.

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As far as I know you cannot.  They should be controlled by the data the chart sees.

It might be possible through the chart add on from ThreeDGraphics.
http://www.threedgraphics.com/tdg/products/tools/crchart/crchart.php

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