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    Chart source data (Office 2000)

    Hello,

    I have this chart attached. You can see that one of the data starts only from July, so the blue line goes abruptly up from 0 to the actual number. The data is linked to another table with the 'raw data' in it, so I can not simply delete the cells with 0 in them (as the data is moving, next month everything will be shifted to the left, so eventually everything will be populated with data).
    Is there a way (formatting, etc) that the line for that particular item to start not from bottom up but directly with the very first number that is available - so we don't have that ugly vertical line in the chart?

    Thanks in adv.

    K.
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    Re: Chart source data (Office 2000)

    YOu can use a formula to convert the "0" to an #N/A with the =na() function. This will NOT plot but will connect the line from the earlier point to a later point.

    Steve

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    Re: Chart source data (Office 2000)

    Thanks, great idea, just what I was looking for.

    Regards,
    K.

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