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How to edit data when creating graphs?

How to edit data when creating graphs?

How to edit data when creating graphs?

I've been messing w/ this today.

When I make a column graph, the software automatically puts in measuring numbers along the side. For example, the graph comes up with the "measurement numbers" (vertically along the left side) set at 3,6,9,12,15. I want them to be 2,4,6,8,10, etc. Is there any way to change this in the little graph builder without having to manually mess w/ it once the graph is created? You'd think there would be!



RE: How to edit data when creating graphs?

Hey there

Select the graph.
If the graph-tool are selected then press enter. Else just doubleclick on the graph-tool.
A dialogbox apears.
From the rollout in the top left corner in the dialogbox, select "Value Axis".

With this tool you should be able to do your job.

There are more options to find under "Object" from the menuline. Select the menu "Graph".


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