However, as the thread grew in length -- and it eventually turned into somewhat of another subject -- it makes sense to now start a new question now.
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Please see attached XLS for details. Here's the scoop on it.
1. On tab "Shape", there are four data entry cells (E15:E18).
2. The "Notes" area (starting in cell K14) illustrates the four "pie" shapes. Their angles are currently driven by two (2) adjustment variables in the VBA code. The angles/shapes work great... no additional work is required.
3. Right now, only one shape/pie is shown in cell area E1 through F4 (approximately)
- Zone 1 should be linked to bottom left pie (currently red).
- Zone 2 should be linked to bottom right (currently in yellow)
- Zone 3 should be linked to top right (currently in yellow)
- Zone 4 should be linked to top left (currently in green).
(Btw, order of these can be changed... I chose counter-clockwise right now...).
- Basically though, I'd like to display all four shapes together... mimicking an oval/egg-shaped display.
- The top two pie should be slightly larger (maybe even twice as large) as the bottom two shapes.
- Most importantly though, the values in E15:E18 should drive their individual colors. So, basically following a stopo-light principle.
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