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Change the font color in chart smart labels

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Hi

I have a VB chart where I have set IsValueShownAsLabel = True. This displays the values above the markers on a line graph but the default color for the font is black. I wondered if there was any way to change the label font color?

I have tried using SmartLabelStyle, but there doesn't seem to be any property associated with font color.

Regards

Terry
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Robert Schutt earned 500 total points
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I use:
Chart1.Series(0).LabelForeColor = Color.Red

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If that's not what you mean, could you show a picture?
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Thanks Robert. Spot on!
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