Microsoft Access PivotChart Help Needed

Hey Experts!

I have a client who has a few charts where they want data to appear in the category axis in numerical order Ascending from left to right.

They concatenate two fields (Skid and Roll) displayed as Skid "-" Roll. Because of this the values do not sort properly and it causes, for example, Skid 4 - Roll 1 to be followed by Skid 4 - Roll 10 instead of Roll 2.

So I added another field to the record-source query to concatenate only the numeric values of Skid and Roll as an integer to use instead of, or in addition to the existing field.

But then I wound up with 31,32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40 (when what I want to come next is 310).. so that didn't work.

Then I tried to make it a decimal instead of a dash -- so I wound up with 3.1,3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 3.1 -- instead of 3.10 because I used the Cdbl function to format it.

Any suggestions? Thanks.
Eileen MurphyIndependent Application DeveloperAsked:
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jerryb30Commented:
Can you post your SQL?

And some sample data for Skid n - Roll n, with desired result?
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FlysterCommented:
Assign Skid with valuues of 100, i.e Skid 1 = 100, Skid 2 = 200....... Skid 10=1000. Roll is assigned by one's, Roll 1 = 1, Roll 2=2, etc. Concatenate those value and they should list in order. Skid 4-Roll 1 would equal 401. 402 would come next as Skid 4-Roll 2.

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Eileen MurphyIndependent Application DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Great idea. Thanks.
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