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SharePoint 2010:  Horizontal Charts

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I'm trying to create a dashboard page in SharePoint, is it possible to do charts horizontally across the page?  It's only allowing me to do vertical.  Thanks.
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Rainer Jeschor earned 500 total points
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Hi,
do you mean, positioning multiple charts "side by side"?

Then you have either to create a page of type web part page with multiple web part zones.
In each zone the web parts are arranged vertically.
OR you have a wiki page (page of type "Wiki" and you use the Ribbon "Format Text" -> Button "Layout" to create a multiple column layout:
Layout Ribbon
Alternativ:
You write some Javascript which will rearrange/reposition the web parts.

HTH
Rainer
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Thank you.
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