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Number of data points in Access chart

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How does Access determine how many data points it will use in a chart
and is there any way of forcing it to use more data points? My Access
chart is only showing 7 data points of the 100+ that are available. If
I dump the same data into Excel and chart it, the Excel chart shows all
data points.

Any help is appreciated.

Mar 14 '06 #1
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Br
Wayne wrote:
How does Access determine how many data points it will use in a chart
and is there any way of forcing it to use more data points? My Access
chart is only showing 7 data points of the 100+ that are available.
If I dump the same data into Excel and chart it, the Excel chart
shows all data points.

Any help is appreciated.


Should just be a matter of changing some of the chart settings? How did you
create the chart? Use a wizard?
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regards,

Br@dley
Mar 14 '06 #2

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Yes, I used a wizard. I've looked at all the settings I can find but
can't find anything to help me out. Access seems to "decide" how many
data points it will use. Maybe I've missed something - I often do!

Mar 14 '06 #3

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