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Would it be possible to display the data in the 'output' sheet from question:
Do you have a disability: (as defined under the Disability Discrimination Act)


in graphical format on the 'Charts' sheet
Survey-Monkey-Trial-V6.xls
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You need it in a new Chart sheet or following the other charts ?
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Following the others please, 3 to a page?

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ok let me look at this first thing 2morrrow
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Hey! I made a few different versions of the chart in the chart sheet pending which style you like. Take a look!
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Just to understand, you did this thru macro or simply designed them manually ?
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andymacf
Pls check out this version and let me know if this is what your looking for. Create Output has been also modified to cater for this new graph possibility.

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Survey-Monkey-Trial-V7.xls
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Hi @samrad1

Thank you for your input, I cannot see how you have achieved this output.

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Hi gowflow

I have imported a new set of data as the previous set was not particularly helpful as it was mostly all teh same choices.  I upload the file for you here, it seems there is an issue with the transition from import to output.  The 'new' data is not displaying in the correct format in Col A and this is having a knock-on to the other columns.

Andy
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Yes for sure as the model I posted was based on the first assumption of Column DU and was not changed when you mentioned the first Question of the new Survey being always
Do you have a disability ...

Sorry an oversight of me.

Here is it fixed in this version.
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Yet again, you have helped me immensely to obtain a working model for the issues I had.

Thanks again
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My pleasure. Feel free to let me know for any future help needed. I will keep this question opened for you to advise.
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Hi gowflow

I have opened a new question on this topic, Comments

Hope you can help?

Thanks Andy
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