RE: Charting a tertiary scale

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Subject: RE: Charting a tertiary scale
Posted by:  Barb Reinhardt
Date: Fri, 12 May 2006

I'm not exactly sure what the benefit would be of a tertiary scale, but you
could probably do this with a helper column somehow.

You could also put the scale values on using Rob Bovey's XY Chart labeler.

Poke around on Jon Peltier's site and see what you find.

www.peltiertech.com

"paulabrozek" wrote:

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> I know there is such a thing as having two scales on the y-axis when you
> are graphing in excel. Is there such a thing as a tertiary scale? If so,
> how can you do it?
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Charting a tertiary scale posted by paulabrozek on Fri, 12 May 2006