surface charts: changing legend color of values above/below range

silkworth

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Hi All,

I'm working with surface charts for the first time. I've set my legend color range for the z-axis to something that does not include all values in the data (eg, data is 0-40, but i want a 0-30 range displayed), but this leaves me without the ability to change the color for areas above/below what I've set. I can change the colors within the range, of course, but I can't find any place to change the color it assigns to anything outside the range. Anyone know if this is possible? I'm using Excel 2003.
 

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