Data Table in Excel Chart

Jose Miguel

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Feb 3, 2005
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This might seem like a dumn question, but is there anyway of adding a data table to a graph and NOT including the x-axis values in the data table (putting a space between the x-axis and the data table)? I somehow did it for one of my graphs but can't see how I did it! Thanks.

Jose
 

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Jon Peltier

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Data tables are a regular pain, because they are so inflexible. I never use them, preferring to label points or create a table in the cells near the chart. The worksheet allows much more control over content and format of the table.
 

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