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hello,
i have some difficulties with excel graph , please look at the image and the excel file i have uploaded.

I want the graph to be end at the nummber 8 ,i have tried everything but couldn't get it right

Thank you
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by:Ingeborg Hawighorst
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Hello,

format the horizontal axis and set the maximum value to 8

cheers, teylyn
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Thank  you, teylyn.  
Sorry i have one other question, why is there's a little green arrow next to my numbers  ?  is it an error ??

 
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The little green triangle indicates a possible formula error. Excel compares the formula to ones in adjacent cells. The green triangle appears it the cell formula is inconsistent in one of more ways. Most of the time you can ignore it.

If the green triangles bother you, uncheck the box for  "Enable background error checking"  in Tools...Options....Formulas

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