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XY Chart Zero Line messes up manual scaling


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I am setting up an XY chart with two y-axis that I need to have line up.

The Y2 axis has labels for standard deviation set up as min =-4, max=4,

step=1. labeled -4 SD to 4 SD. The Y axis holds the corresponding actual

values for those standard deviations. I need the y axis to also have 9

ticks to match the Y2 axis, so if your mean is 10, sd is 1, the min on Y is

6, the max is 14,the step is 1 and the center of the chart corresonding to 0

SD on Y2 is 6 on Y.

I have no problem getting the axis to line up unless the min or max on the Y

axis cross zero, so eg. min is negative, max is positive, or the zero line

is visible on the graph. When the zero line shows on the graph, the chart

rescales around the zero, so if my min = -7, max =7, step = 2, the graph

shows a zero line and the y axis is scaled to be -8, -6, -4, -2, 0, 2, 4, 6,

8 and this throws off my axes.

Is there anyway to not have the zero line show?

Thank you

Rob Bengtson

robb@telcorinc.com

Senior Consultant

Telcor Inc.

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