Check values on data points in expression tab for your Y Axis and edit the expression to
Num(yourexpression), '$#,##0') or use Num(yourexpression, /100000 , '$#,##0 K') as you've values in thousands, showing a K symbol will be more good or there are chances that values may overlap each other on line plot.
Can you show what expression you using for y-axis?
1)Change the settings in the Number tab of the chart properties to Money and add $ in the Symbol box.
This adds $ sign on top of the y-axis and in the values on the data points.
2)Add value in the "Static Step" option under the Axes tab, this will internally take the option set in the Number tab ,if you select "Money" then this will show it in that format. Try putting values like 1000 under the static step ,i haven't tried it for your data set but it should work
Thanks for your replies. Yes, you were right about checking "Values on data points". I do see the $.
However since I need to show 12 months, the chart gets crowded with these data points showns especially when
the values are large. In addition, I need to show multiple years as well. So this will not be very attractive to the users and it isn't what I was asking. I've looked on the Web and it doesn't appear you can do what I'm asking in QV.