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Excel 2007 - Listing of graph properties

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Where can I find a comprehensive listing of the properties of a scatter graph?  I am particularly interested in those values that can be set in VBA.

(Specifically I am interested in setting the X and Y data ranges for a series, and I have asked that question separately providing a data example.)

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John Fistere
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Eric Zwiekhorst earned 500 total points
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Dear JFistere,

you could go to VBA and type chart in the help..
click chart property in the result list and then on Chart in the text.
Now you see propertys tab , click on this..
And chose out of the list the property you want to know more about...


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Eric
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MSDN has the following page on chart properties :

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa213725(v=office.11).aspx
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by:John Fistere
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I apologize for not getting back to this question.  I concur with the moderator's evaluation of the award.  Akoster's answer, while interesting, does not show me how to get the various chart properties, on the "Chart Property".

I "Object" simply to allow me the option to close the thread in a normal fashion.

Thanks,
John Fistere
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