Finding the active SeriesCollection Object

FarquarQuoc

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Is there a way through code to determine which Object in the ActiveChart.SeriesCollection is currently selected?

Everything recorded by the macro recorder has a specific object selected.. so if I have (1) selected when I record the macro, that macro will only work on (1).. If the user selects (2) and tries to run the macro, it'll modify (1)...

If I can determine which is selected I can set things up a bit better.

Thanks.

Chris.

Edit: I need to rephrase.. I'm trying to figure out which POINT in the SeriesCollection is active..

Sorry.
This message was edited by FarquarQuoc on 2002-10-17 18:54
 

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