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The text that is contained in a chart may be missing or unreadable after you unhide rows in Excel 2007

Article ID: 928611

Article Last Modified on 10/15/2007


  • Microsoft Office Excel 2007


You unhide rows in a worksheet that contains a chart in Microsoft Office Excel 2007. When you view the chart, the text that is contained in the chart may be missing or unreadable. This text may include the data labels, the axis labels, or the legend.


This issue may occur because the font size of the text is too small.


To resolve this issue, change the font size of the text to a larger size.

To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Select the chart.
  2. Click the Home tab.
  3. In the Font Size box in the Font group, select a larger font size. For example, select a font size of 8.

Note If you must have a different font size for the chart than the font sizes that are listed in the Font Size box, type the font size in the Font Size box and then press ENTER.


For more information about how to edit a chart in Excel 2007, click Microsoft Office Excel Help or press F1, type edit a chart in the Search box, and then click Search to view the Help topics.

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