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Hi,

Using ChartFX Client Server on VB6.0 to produce a printed chart on a bill.

The chart is a multi-type with Y-Axis being bar and Y-Axis2 being line. The

labels are assigning correctly. The X-Axis tick marks are centered under

the bar, as I would expect. However, the X-Axis labels are appearing to the

left of the tick mark. If I only have 2 or 3 bars on the fixed width graph,

the X-Axis labels appear to be to the left of the bar. If I use an

AS_CENTERED style, it moves the tick marks to the labels whereas I want to

move the labels to the tick marks.

How do I move the labels to the tick marks so that, in the image, FEB'01

appears directly under the bar?

The image is attached.

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To center, use AS_SINGLELINE as well, this will tell the chart that your

labels are not to be wrapped into multiple lines.

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"Chris Marsh" <chris.marsh@hsntech.com> wrote in message

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> Hi,

> Using ChartFX Client Server on VB6.0 to produce a printed chart on a bill.

> The chart is a multi-type with Y-Axis being bar and Y-Axis2 being line.

The

> labels are assigning correctly. The X-Axis tick marks are centered under

> the bar, as I would expect. However, the X-Axis labels are appearing to

the

> left of the tick mark. If I only have 2 or 3 bars on the fixed width

graph,

> the X-Axis labels appear to be to the left of the bar. If I use an

> AS_CENTERED style, it moves the tick marks to the labels whereas I want to

> move the labels to the tick marks.

>

> How do I move the labels to the tick marks so that, in the image, FEB'01

> appears directly under the bar?

>

> The image is attached.

>

>

>

>

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