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Crystal Reports - Graph Legend Formatting Change

Posted on 2014-09-09
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Hi there,

I have created a graph, the values in the legend should be numbers but are formatted for currency instead. After searching and searching, I can't see to find out where to correct this. (It is set to count the values in the output)

Does anyone has some insight?

Thanks very much,
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I took an existing report and changed the chart to show COUNT instead of Maximum Sale.
The legend changed to show the count with $

Try this to get rid of them
Right click the chart
Click CHART OPTIONS
On the DATA LABELS tab click SHOW VALUES then unclick the option

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I would never have ever thought of that! Thank you - worked perfectly!
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