Data Points on Graph in SSRS

Posted on 2012-08-15
Last Modified: 2012-08-16
Is there a way in SSRS to set a max on the data point on the vertical axis without changing the actual value?  I need the values to be what they are so calculations occur correctly but need to set a maximum on the vertical axis data point.
Question by:Gary Harper
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    You mean, for example, your values go from zero to 200, but you want your vertical axis to go from 0 to 100? If so, yes that is possible. You can set the maximum property of the vertical axis to 100.

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    by:Gary Harper
    Yes.  This is the solution I was looking for.  Thank you.

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