Jul 20, 2007

see attachment.

I am looking a macro that will create as many graphs as there are counties (column a) in the data range (A4:N89 for this example). There could be a maximum of ~3000 counties, which would place the data range at roughly excel's limit (A4:N65000).

In any case, the graphs would take data from column F and look like the 3 graphs i have provided in the attachment. The graphs are simply graphing share for the top 25 lenders in each county. So, for example, Texas contains 254 counties--I would like a macro that creates 254 graphs, one next to the other, starting at cell O4 through column IV4 and then repeating at O22 through column IV22 and so on, until all the graphs for each county in the data range are created.

Also, would it be possible, just as in the attachment, for the macro to change the color of the data bar associated with a particular lender, in this case JPMORGAN CHASE BANK? In the attachment, I made the three bars associated with JPMORGAN CHASE red. If there is a county in which this particular is not in the Top 25, then all of the bar colors in the graph remain blue.

Would it be possible to do the exact same (macro that graphs off the pivot table) but include the data for the Top 25 Totals, Non-Top 25 Totals, and the County Total?

In other words, the graphs would look exactly as they do now, but, for example, the first graph would contain data from F5:F32 rather than just from F5:F29. Furthermore, the graph's axis label would pull from C5:C29 AND B30:B31 AND A32.

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