48 elements in array 30 argument limit

richardlevett

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Help !!!
the code below works fine if vaTimelabels has 31 or fewer elements. As soon as I try any more I get the following run time error

'Unable to set the XValues property of the Series class'

I would like to be able to go as high as 48 elements without using a range as my source as i want to distribute the charts without the source data.

.SeriesCollection.NewSeries
.SeriesCollection(1).Name = "series name test"
.SeriesCollection(1).XValues = vaTimeLabels
.SeriesCollection(1).Values = timeday
 

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