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Dundas Chart Formatting

Posted on 2010-08-25
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Just started using Dundas Charts.

I can't seem to figure out how to format in the wizard (or in the VB)

X Axis labels  (August  YTD-2010) - Change Font Size

The x axis point labels   (342916.3, 186604.99) - Get some vertical seperation and format as currency

If possible I would also like to make the y axis label vertical so I can get some width on my chart area.
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Chart1.ChartArea(0).AxisY.LabelsAutoFitStyle = LabelsAutoFitStyle.LabelsAngleStep45

You can set it as per your requirment, I am setting it on 45 degree.
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VjSoft:
So...
Theres no way to keep it horizontal and just get sosme vertical seperation...
And there's no way to make the font smaller for  YTD-2010 label areas?
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You can change the font of X Axis label.
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chart1.ChartAreas[0].AxisX.LabelStyle.font = new font("verdana",10, fontstyle.regular)
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you can decrease point depth, in this way the you will find the horizontal space between both columns.
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Also for best example, you should refer Dundas samples. These should be installed on your PC, when you install Dundas charting on your PC.
Check 3D Column charts there and related article. Whatever you mentioned above, everything is possible.
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Thanks,
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