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2005 SSRS Bar Charts X Axis

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Hello,
In 2005 SSRS, is there anyway to control the look and angle of the x axis in a bar or column chart?  I would like it go go diagonally.

Thanks for your help
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Hi

No....

You can apply 3D affects but I don't think you can change the angle of the bar itself.

Regards
Emil
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that's what i figured... i tried everything.  I was hoping i missed something.
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