Excel 2019 - Freely associating primary and secondary axes to series bypassing default behavior

PFE

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  1. 2019
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  1. Windows
In Excel 2019, when adding a secondary X axis to a scatter plot graph that already has a secondary Y axis, the series previously associated to the primary X and secondary Y, become associated by default to the secondary X (the association to secondary Y axis remains). The specification of "primary" and "secondary" axis offered in the "Format data series" tab, seems to be insufficient when you need to associate series to secondary AND primary X and Y axes bypassing this default behavior. Is there a way to freely associate series to axes ? Thanks!
 

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