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Pivot Chart - Add a Title

Posted on 2013-01-07
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Experts,

I have a form and using it as Pivot Chart view.
I need a Title.
I cant see how to edit the default "Chart Workspace Title"

how do I do this?  
I went to MS link but it still doesnt really give me an answer. I guess I am doing somethign wrong.
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access-help/add-or-change-captions-labels-and-titles-in-pivottable-or-pivotchart-view-HP003084432.aspx

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Highlight the title and go to the Design tab. Select Property Sheet. Under the Format tab change the Caption to what you want the title to be. See attached.

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perfect.  thank you.
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Happy to assist!
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