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positioning values at datapoint

Hi

I got at line chart showing sales from the last two year showed accumulated in months.

The value at datapoint is not good and I would like to see both values for 2012 and 2013

screenshot.1.jpg

How do I seperate the two sets of values

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tresesco
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MVP

If LINE chart is not an absolute necessity, you can change the chart type to BAR, that would resolve your issue. And then you can present the data points as vertical(Presentation tab)

Gysbert_Wassenaar

You can try to offset the values so one series has its values displayed above the line and the other below. See attached example.


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Hi Gysbert

Cant find where to offset values above and below???

søren

Fra: Gysbert Wassenaar

Sendt: 13. august 2013 11:41

Til: Schou, Hans Henrik Søren (SSC009)

Emne: - Re: positioning values at datapoint

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I see what you have done – making the labels – but I cant display the values below ec.

Søren

Fra: Gysbert Wassenaar

Sendt: 13. august 2013 11:41

Til: Schou, Hans Henrik Søren (SSC009)

Emne: - Re: positioning values at datapoint

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Re: positioning values at datapoint

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