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minutes after midnight in graph

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The company I work for runs applications in batch. At midnight we have
a deadline for a certain application. The End-Time of that application
is exported to Access.

The data in the table looks something like this:

04-05-2003 23:12
05-05-2003 00:14
06-05-2003 23:45

The DATE shows the date the application starts.

I would like to create a graph with on the X-axis the date and on the
Y-axis the time (for example 22:00 to 02:00, remember the deadline is
00:00). I would like to have one line on 00:00, showing the deadline.
And one line showing the End-Time.

The problem is the End-Time for 05-05-2003 doesn't show on the graph.
Well it does but outside the graph. It seems that the Y-Axis only
handles everything within 24 hours. So the End-Time of 05-05-2003 is
shown way down the X-axis.

Can anybody tell me if there is a solution for this problem???

Thanks in advance,

Nov 12 '05 #1
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