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Change text legend in chart in Crystal Reports XI

Posted on 2009-07-16
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Hi all.

Is there  a way to change the text legend in Crystal Reports XI?

Currently the chart data is based on formula, and the legend shows "Sum of @myFormula", is there a way to change that to be more descriptive?

Thank you in advance!
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In PREVIEW tab, right-click on the legend text, and select "Edit Axis Label". Here you can put in whatever label text you like.
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Select your legend. Right click and select "Edit Axis lable".

This will let you define custom label / alias for your legend. repeat it for all legend lables.
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Thanks!
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