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Flip X axis labels in Power Point 2010

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Hi there,

I need this – Flip X axis labels (Countries: UK, China, Canada, Argentina….etc), with positives values under X axis and negatives values above X axis. The opposite way as the bars are positives values above X axis and negatives values under X axis.

Do you know how can I do this?

I've attached the image001 (gray colors) that I want to change, and the image 006 (red and yellow bars) with the way that it should look.
 
Thanks in advance.
Frank
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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Sort your data high to low
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by:Jerry Seinfield
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Thanks, but data is fine. I want to change the position of the text labels in the X axis.
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by:Jerry Seinfield
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Let me refresh this....

I'd like to move some labels over the X axis (only on bars with negatives values)...Like the image attached.

Thanks,

Frank
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 2000 total points
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Thanks I got it now.. and yes I noticed the same thing. About the only solution I can see is either above / mid or below  .. above is about the bestAbove
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