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Hello Experts,
Iam using Crystal Reports for .NET Framework 4.0.
I want to creat a chart with 3 values on change of a date.
I need 2 of the values to be shown as line graphs and the third one as a bar.
I am looking for the right way to do it. I know I could use the Chart Analyzer to convert one line to bar but I cannt find it in my CR env.
any suggestions please..?


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I assume you are using the version that is available for VS2010.  That is not a full version of Crystal and does have some limitations.  The chart analyzer could be one of the limitations.  I ihave never seen a list of the limitations.

Have you considered upgrading to CR2011?

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Hi mlmcc- thanks, I will check about the upgrade.
any chance I can use the current version to create the chart using other workarounds?
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I can't think of one.

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