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Old June 4th, 2010, 06:55 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.charting
CXH
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Default charts 2003 vs 2007

I made a bar chart with 2 data axis in excel 2003. Some of employees have
changed to excel 2007 and some in 2003. I have excel 2007 and when I send
out the charts in an email, the 2007 users chart looks fine. The excel 2003
users have both axis labels on the same side. This is from the same sent
email.
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Old July 15th, 2010, 10:03 AM
elliott.matthew elliott.matthew is offline
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I made a bar chart with 2 data axis in excel 2003. Some of employees have
changed to excel 2007 and some in 2003. I have excel 2007 and when I send
out the charts in an email, the 2007 users chart looks fine. The excel 2003
users have both axis labels on the same side. This is from the same sent
email.
I could not figure out for which chart you talking about if possible then describe in briefly I am eager to know more about this if possible then describe in briefly.
 




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