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Excel 2003 Advanced

Excel 2003 Advanced

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The axes can be formatted to appear in different ways, or the scales of the axes can be
changed.

To format the Category (X) Axis:

Mouse

1.

Use the drop-down list of elements on the Chart Toolbar to select
“category axis”.

2.

Click the Format selected chart element button from the Chart
toolbar. The following dialog box appears:

3.

From the Patterns tab, you can affect the line displayed on the
selected axis. Automatic will apply the default thin black line.
Custom will allow you to define the Style, Colour and Weight of
the line. The option for None will suppress the axis from showing.

Under Tick Mark Type, you may click on the appropriate option
button to specify that tick marks on the axis will appear on the
inside or outside of the axis line, cross the axis line, or not appear
at all. Minor tick marks can also be included (click on the Scale...
button to set the intervals for major and minor tick marks).

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The Tick Labels section allows you to dictate where the Labels
associated with the selected axis will display. This can be at the
High Values end of the axis, the low values end of the axis, next to
the axis, or completely suppressed.

4.

Use the Scale tab to specify at where the value axis will appear,
which categories are labelled, and how many categories will appear
between each pair of tick marks.

A series of check boxes [] allows you to dictate whether or not
the Value Axis crosses between categories. The default setting is to
have this box checked, which produces a Value Axis at the edge of
a given category. Unchecking this box will result in a Value Axis
which cuts down the middle of a category. This will also affect the
location of tick marks on the axis. Categories may be displayed in
reverse order if desired, and the Value Axis may be required to
cross at the last plotted category on the chart.

5.

Use the Font tab to specify font formatting for the axis labels.

6.

Use the Number tab to specify number formatting for the axis
labels.

7.

Use the Alignment tab to specify the orientation of the category
labels.

8.

When all options have been set, click OK to apply them to your
chart.

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To format the Value (Y) axis:

Mouse

1.

Follow steps described above for the category axis.

2.

The Scale tab will have different options relating to the values on
the axis.

From the Scale tab, you may specify the Minimum and Maximum
values to appear on the axis. The intervals to be used as Major and
Minor units on the axis may also be set. You may dictate the point
at which the value and category axes cross, whether or not the axes
are plotted on a Logarithmic Scale, or whether to have the values
plotted in Reverse order.

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