|Subject:||Re: LINE CHARTS|
|Posted by:||Bill Kuunders (bill.kuunde…@xtra.co.nz)|
|Date:||Wed, 10 May 2006|
To automate your chart
have a look at :
This describes a method to automattically change the data ranges.
Greetings from New Zealand
"Aurora" <Auro…@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I am new to Excel 2003
> This is a second posting. The first ans I got did not help me at all.
> I have a line chart for the year - Jan thru Dec. Right now the chart only
> contains data for Jan thru April. Then the line goes down to the bottom of
> the chart (to May - zero data point). I call this the "tail". I know it is
> there because I do not have any data in May-Dec yet. But I want to get rid
> of the tail. On Excel 2000, I was able to right click, near the data
> and choose "no line" and the "tail" went away. Now when I do this, either
> of the lines between the points disappear or the tail jumps to the next
> How do I get rid of the tail? I know I could limit the source data
> to just the months I have data in, but I really do not want to go back
> the charts every month and re-set the source data each month. I have about
> 20 charts with anywhere from 2 - 6 lines on each chart. To do this would
> a real pain.
> Can anyone help me or point me in the right direction? I need to complete
> these charts ASAP.
LINE CHARTS posted by Aurora on Tue, 9 May 2006