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MS-Chart in access

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I want to include charts in a report. It should be a xy scatter plot
showing concentrations on the x-axis, depth on the y axis.
That seems to be pretty simple. Even though I spent the last night on
google and on trying out (very minor success).
Could somebody point me to
instructions/how-to/faqs/webpages/threads/anything else
that explains how to set up that MS-Chart object?
Especially how to set up the queries for it (Is it really data for
x-axis in first column, data for y-axis in second column, and then the
sorting (I know, this is not sql-lingo, but that's what I've found)?

Thanks for your help,
Nov 13 '05 #1
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You have to be specific about the MS application you are using (Access,
Word, Excel). One suggestion is to turn the macro recorder on in
MSExcel seeing as that is the application for charting - if you want to
then get data into Excel from Access or try and use the OLE automation
features of VBA to create charts directly read about these things and
then ask a specific question in the appropriate forum.

Good luck

Nov 13 '05 #2

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