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    Hi
    I'm not too sure if this will help you or not, but try positioning you charts after you change the values.

    Also in chart area properties, choose "Do not move or size with cells"

    Don't know if that is relevent or not.

    YourChart1.ChartArea.Left = value
    YourChart1.ChartArea.Top = value
    YourChart1.ChartArea.Height = value

    YourChart1.PlotArea.Left = value
    YourChart1.PlotArea.Top = value
    YourChart1.PlotArea.Height = value

    Tom

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    I need to place several transparent charts on top of each other with both axes aligned exactly. I can do this manually once, but if I add new data (using a macro), relative chart locations move. Is there a way to make both chartarea and plotarea fixed in both size and location?
    thank you

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