Jul 12, 2007
now I thought about recording the macro, but it's an offset and if you click the chart, then it'll mvoe somewhere else even though the charts are always placed in the middle when generated. So I think I need to place it in a specific range. I want to use XY coordinates or range labels or something to that effect but would like something to this affect:
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.ChartWizard source:=Worksheets("sheet1").Range("a1:a20"), _
gallery:=xlLine, title:="February Data"
I got that in VBA help, but I'm not using Chart wizard, my code just creates the chart from the data on its own with specific chart type. So anyway, how would I make it put each of my five charts for the 25 people in the same place for every person. Performance Errors etc etc etc all will go in the right place everytime, regardless if you start with the page scrolled. I should do range right, but how do I change this macro to do it without chart wizard...just a chart that's already created and named. QUESTION: How do I place charts that are created from a data source onto a specific area of one worksheet, and those charts are always in the same place regardless of the person'a name.