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ASP.net 2010 Great looking charts

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I want to create great looking charts in ASP.net 2010. Preferably without using costly third party software. I need advice on how to do this please.

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This video introduces the new Chart control in Visual Studio 2010.  Here is a link to an overview view article on the VS 2010 Chart Control with links to examples and the technical reference.  All of this comes free with VS 2010.
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