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Here's another question:

For example if I specify logorithmic Y axis or specify a minimum or maximum

Y axis those values don't seem to save in this format.

Is there a document somewhere that specifies what is saved?

Am I overwriting these settings when I reload data somehow -- I import the

data after filling the chart, is that correct?

Thanks,

Cliff Maddox

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I see that nothing in the axis dialog or sub dialog is saved am I missing 

something?

"Cliff Maddox" <clifford.maddox@citadelgroup.com> wrote in message

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> Here's another question:

>

> For example if I specify logorithmic Y axis or specify a minimum or

> maximum Y axis those values don't seem to save in this format.

>

> Is there a document somewhere that specifies what is saved?

>

> Am I overwriting these settings when I reload data somehow -- I import the

> data after filling the chart, is that correct?

>

> Thanks,

>

> Cliff Maddox

>

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OK I found a solution in one of the old posts

Use CHART_CFXOLEFILE instead of template and set FileMask to specify the

pieces you want to save.

"Cliff Maddox" <clifford.maddox@citadelgroup.com> wrote in message

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>I see that nothing in the axis dialog or sub dialog is saved am I missing

>something?

>

> "Cliff Maddox" <clifford.maddox@citadelgroup.com> wrote in message

> news:URSQ6IXKFHA.1924@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Here's another question:

>>

>> For example if I specify logorithmic Y axis or specify a minimum or

>> maximum Y axis those values don't seem to save in this format.

>>

>> Is there a document somewhere that specifies what is saved?

>>

>> Am I overwriting these settings when I reload data somehow -- I import

>> the data after filling the chart, is that correct?

>>

>> Thanks,

>>

>> Cliff Maddox

>>

>

>

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