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SSRS 2008 Line Chart

Posted on 2011-03-02
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my chart goes by week and I need to show labels for each week, yet it seems to only be showing about every month. The data is grouped correctly rolled into weeks but I can seem to find the setting or property to show them...The tick mark is there, but no label..Also is there a way to display thos lables(once they show) to read vertical??

Thanks in advance, GRay
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How is your source data formatted?  Do you use week-ending dates?  Week 1 / Week 2?  
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Thank you for your time on this Puff, but as most Account Execs do, she changed her mind and went a diff direction on this report..

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No problem. Best of luck!
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