dynamic graph title w/ mulitple lines

350first

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I've linked my graph title to 1 cell within my workbook. That cell is then linked to all of the data I want to appear on the graph's title (filename, location, date, time,...)...I want the title to be 4 lines, but I can't find a way to denote the next line.
(currently, the title is automatically split into 3 lines...I want to specifiy what each line begins and ends with)

*as of now, I can only think of creating another 3 text boxes in the graph...is there anyway around that?

thanks,
Peter
 

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Oaktree

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In your cell, use ALT+ENTER [or CHAR(10) if your title is the result of a concatenation formula] to insert line breaks.
 

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