Error 1004 And Range Question

ieJasonW

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I'm trying to create a dynamic chart -- that allows a user to select the data they want displayed by selecting from a drop down menu. When I try to write the data source in a flexible way, though, I get a 1004 error. Here's the line that gives the error:

ActiveChart.SeriesCollection(2).Values = "'Data for Plots'!R4C" & (9 + CurrentLayer) & ":R" & LastRowRate & "C9"

Data for Plots is an actual sheet. And it has no restrictions. CurrentLayer is of type int as is LastRowRate. Both have values. The active chart is on a sheet other than Data for Plots.

I'm wondering if I should set the data to a range variable and then display that range.

Thanks for any help! I'm really at a loss here.

ieJasonW
 

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ieJasonW

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I figured it out. I was trying to plot Y-values from R4C10:R11C9. Yeah, that doesn't work too well....


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