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RE: 2 charts in the same text field

RE: 2 charts in the same text field

(OP)
Hello,

Is it possible to have 2 unrelated charts in the same text field? Would like to show a bar graph as well as a line graph in the same text field each with different data.

Thanks for your help!

RE: RE: 2 charts in the same text field

(OP)
I figured out what I needed to do. I needed to add a new chart area. but I need the main chart summarize by location and the new chart area summarize by date. Any suggestions?

RE: RE: 2 charts in the same text field

Are your charts using separate datasets?

Steve

RE: RE: 2 charts in the same text field

(OP)
Same Data set. One chart will show a summary by location and the other one will show a summary by date. I seem to be only able to get the charts to either show the summary by location or the summary by date but can't seem to get each chart to summarize differently. I'm using SQL 2008. Thanks for your help!

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