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Adjusting the maximum and minimum value of a crystal report chart y axis values.

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My crystal report chart has the maximum value equal to highest value in the dataset and the lower y axis value to the minimum.

This makes the graph look funny with minimum value at the bottom.

I would like to set the max and min value to a value slightly more and less than the max and min values respectively

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Right click the chart
Click CHART EXPERT
Click the AXES tab
Uncheck AUTO RANGE
Set the min and max that make sense

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Cant set this using the code behind, because it is difficult to know the possible max and min value during design.

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This is for a Crystal Report.  The link provided is for MS Access.

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Please explain how that comment led you to a solution.

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