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hi,

thak you for the reply for my first query. i have one more issue.

i want to draw a combined chart type. for that i have a total of six series. by using the first 4 series i want to draw a bar chart, and rest of the two series values to be plotted as a scatter in the bar.what i did i created the bar and i clustered it. so the bar is fine now. but it isnot plotting the scatter. but if i make the chart is stacked one then it is plotting the scatter. but the issue at that time the calculation for the bar chart is changing. so now i am try to do thi sby annotation objects.

my question is there any way represent this information with out using annotation objcts.

here i provided a bitmap of the graph, which i am trying to do. and please find the attachment code, if possible give a solution

thanks

Joseph

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Please note that you can switch the order of the 4 bar series and the 2

scatter series so that the bars are drawn first.

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JC

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"Joseph Moraise" <mjoseph@netassetmgmt.com> wrote in message

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hi,

thak you for the reply for my first query. i have one more issue.

i want to draw a combined chart type. for that i have a total of six series.

by using the first 4 series i want to draw a bar chart, and rest of the two

series values to be plotted as a scatter in the bar.what i did i created the

bar and i clustered it. so the bar is fine now. but it isnot plotting the

scatter. but if i make the chart is stacked one then it is plotting the

scatter. but the issue at that time the calculation for the bar chart is

changing. so now i am try to do thi sby annotation objects.

my question is there any way represent this information with out using

annotation objcts.

here i provided a bitmap of the graph, which i am trying to do. and please

find the attachment code, if possible give a solution

thanks

Joseph

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