Excel Graph X Axis Position

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone can help me.

I want to position my X Axis at the bottom of the graph. i.e. -10%.

However, it just defaults to 0%.

Is there anyway of doing this?

Any help is greatly appreciated...

Regards,

Eoin
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eoinymcAsked:
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jppintoCommented:
Change the "Category (X) axis Crosses at" to -0.1, like on the picture provided.

jppinto
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eoinymcAuthor Commented:
Yes....I thought I could do that, unfortunately, when I go to scale, I get the following (please see screenshot attached)
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eoinymcAuthor Commented:
silly me...forget about it...

I have to format the y axis...

sorry, thanks for the help!!
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eoinymcAuthor Commented:
Poifect!
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Ingeborg Hawighorst (Microsoft MVP / EE MVE)Microsoft MVP ExcelCommented:
Although this question has already been answered, I just wanted to point out:

You can format the X axis labels to "Low"

Then the tick marks will stay at the 0 line, but the labels will be below the chart.

cheers, teylyn
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