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MS Chart C# .Net X-Axis Labels

Posted on 2011-09-09
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Hi,

I have a line chart with a stock price on the y-axis. On the x-axis is the time i.e. 10:30. The x-value is actual a date & time (6 Sept 2011 12:30) however I have formated the axis to just show the time.

What I would like is beneath the time for there to be the date. Please see the attached word document of I am trying to achieve. There is further description.

Any help would be great.

Thanks,

Mark
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Hi binaryevo,

That uses an addinn, i am just trying to use the MS Chart functionality to do this.

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Have you downloaded the Microsoft Charting sample application?  If so then it looks like you can do this.  If you take a look at the sample ChartFeatures/DataSeries/Axes/MultupleYAxes and ChartFeatures/DataSeries/Axes/PrimaryandSecondaryAxes, it gives some good information and can get you going in the right direction i think.  The MultipleYAxes is pretty close just on wrong axes.  If you have not downloaded ive provided the link below.  Just download, install and run the solution.

http://archive.msdn.microsoft.com/mschart
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