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How to rotate graph 90 degrees

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1,304 words with 1 Comments; publish: Thu, 22 May 2008 07:22:00 GMT; (306109.38, « »)

I spent hours trying to figure this one out. I am using excel 2003 and

i want to rotate line chart by 90 degrees so that x axis stands

vertical, and y axis horizontal.

I don't want to transpose data, just to rotate that picture in excel.

For now I found only solution to copy graph into word and then to

rotate picture.

Thank you

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    • Copy the chart as a picture (hold Shift while selecting the Edit menu,

      choose Copy Picture, use the On Screen and Picture options), paste on the

      sheet (Ctrl+V is sufficient), then rotate the picture.

      - Jon

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      Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP

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      <miroslav.rajter.excel.questionfor.info.gmail.com> wrote in message

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      >I spent hours trying to figure this one out. I am using excel 2003 and

      > i want to rotate line chart by 90 degrees so that x axis stands

      > vertical, and y axis horizontal.

      > I don't want to transpose data, just to rotate that picture in excel.

      > For now I found only solution to copy graph into word and then to

      > rotate picture.

      > Thank you

      >

      #1; Thu, 22 May 2008 07:23:00 GMT