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    Hello,
    I´m building a line chart and the data range that I want to plot goes from 50 to 100.
    Everything is fine except that when I print it I get the Y-axis scale starting from 0 and going to 100 (instead of from 50 to 100) , so that the line shows only in the upper part of the chart.
    My question is: Is there any way to control the Y-axis scale?
    Many thanks,
    Javier

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    Hi Javier,

    Have you watched the videos for charts?
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    Hi Keith,
    Thanks for coming back.
    Yes, I have watched the various videos for charts - and still can´t work it out.

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    Javier,

    Select the Chart Definition property and the Graph Data dialog opens. Look for a property called "Include Zero" and set it to "No" instead of "Yes" and see if this fixes your problem. This is speculation on my part, so let us know if it works.

    Terry

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    Hello Terry,
    As sugested, I have tried the property called "Include Zero" and set it to "No" instead of "Yes" and the problem persist.
    Thank you anyway.
    However, I just found a way round to it:
    I downloaded the component used in the chart video called FP11_DLGchart6 -> Calling a Simple Web Service to Get chart Data - Stock Price Example. This example contains a "stock price" chart style where the Y axis scale is correct. So I changed the data series and the style, and this works for me.
    Many thanks for your help and your ineterest.
    Best regards,
    Javier

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    Default Re: Embedded Chart - Y-axis Scale

    Hello Terry,
    As suggested, I have tried the property called "Include Zero" and set it to "No" instead of "Yes" and the problem persist.
    Thank you anyway.
    However, I just found a way round to it:
    I downloaded the component used in the chart video called FP11_DLGchart6 -> Calling a Simple Web Service to Get chart Data - Stock Price Example. This example contains a "stock price" chart style where the Y axis scale is correct. So I changed the data series and the style, and this works for me.
    Many thanks for your help and your interest.
    Best regards,
    Javier

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