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Graph that omits Saturdays and Sundays

Posted on 2014-01-17
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Hi all,

In the enclosed workbook you'll find a graph that reads from a dataset that does not contain any values for Saturdays or Sundays. But, the graph still includes weekends but with zero values.

Is it possible to make some changes such that there is no open 'spaces' for Saturdays and Sundays in the graph?

Thanks :)
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Hi,

Goto Format Axis / Axis Options /Axis Type / Text axis

Regards
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