Microsoft KB Archive/92655
INF: How to Create a Graph Without a Title
Article ID: Q92655
1. Start Microsoft Graph from a form's Design view by double-clicking the graph object. 2. Double-click the graph title. 3. From the Format menu, choose Font. 4. Change the font color to the same color as your form's background color. 5. Close Microsoft Graph and answer Yes when you are prompted to update. 6. Save the form.
Since the title is now the same color as the form's background, the title is essentially invisible. If you convert the graph to Microsoft Graph version 5.0, the title can become visible again. If this occurs, follow these steps in addition to the steps above:
7. In the form's Design view, double-click the graph to start Microsoft Graph 5.0. 8. Double-click the title to open the Format Chart Title dialog box. 9. Select the Font tab. In the Background box, select Transparent. Choose OK.
Another way to eliminate a chart title in Graph 5.0 is to choose Titles from the graph's Insert menu, then clear the Chart Title check box.
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