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Disable auto drop category name (Reporting Services 2008 Bar chart)

Posted on 2009-07-05
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I have a bar chart in reporting services 2008. The chart consists of two series with one category group.
When there are 9 category groups it displays fine. When there are 10 category groups, it drops some category names like in the attached pictures

I just wonder is there anyway to turn this feature off to make sure all category names are displayed.
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In the axis properties you should set Interval to 1, by default this is set to auto.  It's in the Axis Options page of the axis properties.
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Perfect. Thanks a thousand times
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