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XL: Scaling Gridlines in Charts

Last reviewed: June 3, 1997
Article ID: Q105415

5.00 5.00c 7.00 7.00a | 5.00 5.00a

WINDOWS               | MACINTOSH

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The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft Excel for Windows, versions 5.0, 5.0c
  • Microsoft Excel for Windows 95, versions 7.0, 7.0a
  • Microsoft Excel for the Macintosh, version 5.0

In Microsoft Excel, to manipulate chart gridlines, use the Format Gridlines dialog box. To display this dialog box, double-click any gridline or select a gridline and choose Selected Gridlines from the Format menu.

The Format Gridlines dialog box contains a Scale tab and a Patterns tab. The Scale tab is the same tab that is displayed when you double-click the axis that a particular gridline corresponds to. If you double-click the y axis so that the Format Axis dialog box appears, the Scale tab in this dialog box contains the same information as the Scale tab that is displayed when you double-click the horizontal gridlines. The vertical gridlines correspond to the x axis.

REFERENCES

"User's Guide," version 5.0, pages 334-336


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Version : 5.00 5.00c 7.00 7.00a | 5.00 5.0
Platform : MACINTOSH WINDOWS


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Last reviewed: June 3, 1997
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