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Specialist
Specialist

chart(Symbol on y axis)

Hello All,

PFA.

I want to show dollar before each value on y axis and % of GDP on other side.

Can you please suggest.

Thanks

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Creator III
Creator III

Re: chart(Symbol on y axis)

For GDP on the right side

Go to chart Properties - Axes- Expression (Select GDP) & then Position (Select Right)

Thanks & Regards,

Renuka S

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Re: chart(Symbol on y axis)

Hi

Give Your Dimensions or expressions like

='$'&Dim

or

=Exp&'%'

Warm Regards,

Joshmi

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Re: chart(Symbol on y axis)

Are we talking about doing it to axis or to the actual values within the chart?

Best,

S

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Partner
Partner

Re: chart(Symbol on y axis)


goto properties of your chart, select the epxression and define money format, where you canspecify which symbol

($) etc.

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Re: chart(Symbol on y axis)

Try

Money(YourExpression, '$#,##0')

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Specialist
Specialist

Re: chart(Symbol on y axis)

hello all,

thanks for your response but i am not able to undestand abt GDP value at other side can u plz suggest how shall i proceed.

Thanks

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Creator III
Creator III

Re: chart(Symbol on y axis)

For GDP on the right side

Go to chart Properties - Axes- Expression (Select GDP) & then Position (Select Right)

Thanks & Regards,

Renuka S

View solution in original post

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Specialist
Specialist

Re: chart(Symbol on y axis)

Hi Renuka,

PFAUntitled.jpg

thanks it works but i am not able to view full value on other side plz suggest.

Thanks.

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Specialist
Specialist

Re: chart(Symbol on y axis)

Yeah I got it by adjusting by using ctrl+ shift.

Thanks