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Posted By Gabriel Lebron 10 Years Ago
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Hey I have a quick question on a Sharepoint 2007 Chart I made.  My X axes lables at the bottom are a little big going from left to right so they stagger them.  I want to be able to flip them 45%  so they go from up down or so.  can it be done?

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Hello Gabriel,
Most likely you are using a Categorical axis. You can flip the X axis labels from: Chart Areas >> Axes >> Primary X >> Scale >> Categorical >> First Level
Change the First Level Label Angle to Scale and enter: 45

This can be achieved for a Numeric axis as well.
You can also change the size of the axis labels or uncheck the "Stagger 2" option from: Chart Areas >> Axes >> Primary X >> Advanced

Hopefully this helps.



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Ahh little hard to figurer out on your own but works like a charm  -thanks



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