3D Pie Graph formatting

sneel3

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Is it possible to make a 3D Pie Graph less thick (more like 2quarters stacked than like 10 quarters stacked)? If so, how?

Also, is it possible to rotate it fron to back (not around in a circle)? If so, how?
 

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Dimli

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If you highlight the whole chart then right-click and select 3D-options,
you can then adjust the height of the stack to produce thinner pies.
The arrows allow you to adjust the tilt of the pie too.
Does that help?
 

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