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Office 365 Access Chart Issues

Posted on 2016-11-08
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I have Access 365 on my computer and another computer with the same database running office.  When I create a graph on the regular computer using the access wizard it creates a graph just fine - it fills the confines of the created object.   When I create one on the machine that is running 365, it fills about 1/2 to 1/4 of the created object (See picture).  I've deleted all printers and use Microsoft PDF as the default as suggested in the only thread I could find on the topic.  I've also repaired office 365.  I've set references in VBA to Graph 16 - nothing works.   I spent two hours online only to be directed to Access Pro Support who want to charge me $500 to explore what seems to be an issue with their software.  I humbly ask if anyone has any additional suggestions to try?  Thank you.

PS.  When I try to edit it and manipulate it, it doesn't work.   I may be able to increase the size on the editor but the preview always reverts back to what you see in the attached image.  Also, that interface is very weird looking - like something isn't right.  The boxes are all squeezed together and hard to read.
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I uninstalled then reinstalled office 365 and that did the trick.  What a pain.
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