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Displaying Y Point Labels on an XY Chart


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I have an XY Plot and want to label the Points with the X Value. When I

turn on this feature for the relevant series :

.Series(intCount).PointLabel = true

it defaults to displaying Y Values. How can I override this?

I've tried to intercept using the GetPointLabel event, but the event

doesn't trigger (the code never gets executed).

Any ideas?

tia

Paul

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The subject line should have read " Displaying X Point Labels on an XY

Chart"

Paul Fell <paul@max-geoservices.com.au> wrote in article

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> I have an XY Plot and want to label the Points with the X Value. When I

> turn on this feature for the relevant series :

>

> .Series(intCount).PointLabel = true

>

> it defaults to displaying Y Values. How can I override this?

>

> I've tried to intercept using the GetPointLabel event, but the event

> doesn't trigger (the code never gets executed).

>

> Any ideas?

>

> tia

>

> Paul

>

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OK, just seen response dated 13/12/03. I'll give that a try

Paul

Paul Fell <paul@max-geoservices.com.au> wrote in article

<01c2c08f$7af184a0$3cb33bcb@melville>...

> The subject line should have read " Displaying X Point Labels on an XY

> Chart"

>

> Paul Fell <paul@max-geoservices.com.au> wrote in article

> <01c2c01a$45f10020$ddc53bcb@melville>...

> > I have an XY Plot and want to label the Points with the X Value. When I

> > turn on this feature for the relevant series :

> >

> > .Series(intCount).PointLabel = true

> >

> > it defaults to displaying Y Values. How can I override this?

> >

> > I've tried to intercept using the GetPointLabel event, but the event

> > doesn't trigger (the code never gets executed).

> >

> > Any ideas?

> >

> > tia

> >

> > Paul

> >

>

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