Should allow: "Value (X) axis crosses at *-MINIMUM-* value

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Should allow: "Value (X) axis crosses at *-MINIMUM-* value

Postby Q2hhZGlsbGFj » Wed, 09 Aug 2006 03:02:54 GMT

I think that almost always I want the X axis values and label at the BOTTOM 
of the plot. 

There is an option for them to be at the top.  Why not the bottom??

MS could put in a button for max or min value. 

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Re: Should allow: "Value (X) axis crosses at *-MINIMUM-* value

Postby Jon Peltier » Wed, 09 Aug 2006 08:39:53 GMT

I've suggested this, but it lies in the "Don't hold your breath" category.

What you can do, if you always want the axis to lie at the bottom, is to set 
a ridiculously low value for "Crosses At", like -1E300 (or 1E-300 for a log 
scale). If the axis minimum is greater than this number, Excel uses the 
minimum. Since you've selected such a low number, the minimum should always 
be above your number.

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