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Crystal Reports:  Legend in chart to show up in specific order

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Is there a a way to have a legend in a chart to be shown in a specific order?  Example, like top to bottom in alphebetical order, or if I want it in a specific order going down?

I don't want to create a count for each criteria..

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Question by:Maliki Hassani
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Not sure.  I bewlieve they appear in the order found in the recordset so if you sort that in the order you want the legend should be ordered as desired

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If you create shared variables that is one way...
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No, you can't use shared variables in  charts.

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