3 Replies Latest reply: May 23, 2012 8:14 PM by John Reardon RSS

    How to show all data labels on graph and how to change the alignment?

      Hey,

       

      I've created a scatter chart, but the labels along the X axis are only showing every fourth data label. I've looked through all of the chart properties but can't seem to figure out where the option is to show all the labels. Where can I find the option to display all?

       

      Also is there an option to change the alignment of the labels? Just so it looks a bit tidier. I'd like to rotate them 90 degrees.

       

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        • How to show all data labels on graph and how to change the alignment?

          Hi ghpjohnr

           

          As you mentioned above your dimension label showing in every fourth data label,It can be resolve

           

          you can change chart orientation using this

           

          Go to chart properties>>>Clik on Style tab>>>>>>>orientation

           

          if u will select the orientation your data will display correctly

          • How to show all data labels on graph and how to change the alignment?
            Ashutosh Paliwal

            Hi ghpjohnr,

            The reason some of the data points are not shown is that there are more data points which can be accomodated in the available axis area.

            If you increase the width of your chart then you will see that more and more data points will start to show up.

             

            Unfortuately, I believe that Scatter chart does not support scrollbar.

            So as in other charts (say bar chart), you can enable the scroll bar on the x-axis and that way you can see all the data points as you scroll but this does not seem possible in scatter chart.

             

            Also, as in other charts it is possible to change the text direction to vertical angled (/) on the dimension axis, which saves some space and more data points can be shown in lesser space, this also does not applies to scatter chart as in scatter chart expressions are drawn on the axis rather than the dimension.

             

            But yes, one thing I noticed that when I defined the static step for the x-axis under the axis tab then in the same space more data points were visible, try to check if this helps in your case also?

             

            If this does not then you need to make your chart wider, which may not be the solution you want but that only looks possible here.

             

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            Ashutosh Paliwal