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Pivot and Dates in first row

Posted on 2016-10-29
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Experts, I have data with dates along the top row.  When I make a chart, I do not see these dates along the axis like I believe I should.  I would also like to use the built in pivot charting grouping such as group my month.  I am not sure if I can do so though.  I believe dates along the top row creates issues for pivoting/charting?  How to solve?

Please see attached.
Grateful for your help.
datesEE_datesOnTOP.xlsx
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You have "Automatic" bins in axis properties:
automaticSet it to "category":
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Ahh.. Thank you!  Perfect
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