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How do you add multiple fields in the data label properties in a line graph?

How do you add multiple fields in the data label properties in a line graph?

(OP)
VS2008,
I have a line graph and I want to add an expression that will display values from two separate fields on the graph next to the data points. Thanks

-CJ

SQL2005// CRXIr2// XP Pro

"Progress lies not in enhancing what is, but in advancing toward what will be"
-KHALIL GIBRAN 1883-1931

RE: How do you add multiple fields in the data label properties in a line graph?

(OP)
I solved this myself
Right click the data point, left click on "series label properties"
Enter an expression like

=Fields!Result.Value & " " &
Fields!SurveyDate.Value

-CJ

SQL2005// CRXIr2// XP Pro

"Progress lies not in enhancing what is, but in advancing toward what will be"
-KHALIL GIBRAN 1883-1931

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