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Series Display On A Graph

2 posts in Objects Last posting was on 2010-07-11 05:52:26.0Z
Roneno Posted on 2010-07-11 05:08:05.0Z
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Hello,
The graph on the attached picture has 2 series. The problem
is that each color represent a value instead of series as
needed. For example the color red represent the value 0 and
it's graph is as long as the value 161 (color olive).
How can I change the display to distinguish between the 2
series with only 2 colors and displaying each by value
(meanning by the length of the bars)

Thank you very much,
roneno

Stacked2Series.jpg

Roneno Posted on 2010-07-11 05:52:26.0Z
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I managed to do it by adding another column that differs
between
the 2 series.
Thank's anyway and good day.
roneno

> Hello,
> The graph on the attached picture has 2 series. The
> problem is that each color represent a value instead of
> series as needed. For example the color red represent the
> value 0 and it's graph is as long as the value 161 (color
> olive). How can I change the display to distinguish
> between the 2 series with only 2 colors and displaying
> each by value (meanning by the length of the bars)
>
> Thank you very much,
> roneno
>
>
> [Attachment: Stacked2Series.jpg]