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Posted on 2014-07-21
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Struggling on the creation of a line chart.  Need the pressure to be the on the vertical, and the degree on the horizontal, and mine is coming out horrific looking.

I only need 1 line showing when at a pressure the degree was x.  Pressure on the vertical axis, and degree on the horizontal.
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Insert chart -> choose line chart
Choose Select Data Source and in the top box labeled Chart Data Range select  the data for the pressure
Under the Horizontal category box click edit then select the temperature data

should work for you
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Is this what you want  ??

chk the attached file.
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Graph-request-V01.csv
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Thanks
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My Pleasure
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