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Graph Series Thickness

Graph Series Thickness

Graph Series Thickness


I have a graph in a PDF document. X-axis has time series (it goes 1,2,3,4 and so on). Y-axis has percentage values for a number of years so that each year is represented by its own line. Most of the time the report returns 5 years (2002,2003,2004,2005,2006), but sometimes it might return one or two series. It depends on the prompt answers users select.

I am trying to format each series to have a line thickness of 2. When I'm in the design mode, only 3 series show all the time and I can't edit the other two. Does anybody know how I can format all series to have the same line thickness?

Thank you!

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