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Default Changing Chart Location Problems

I am using excel 2007. When i move a chart from a worksheet to a "New Sheet"
i.e. "Chart1", the chart does not show up in the new location / sheet. When I
click on the new sheet "Chart1" all I see is a blank page. Please Help

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The beta did stuff like this, but the RTM version (i.e., the commercially
released version) seemed to be fixed.

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I am using excel 2007. When i move a chart from a worksheet to a "New
Sheet"
i.e. "Chart1", the chart does not show up in the new location / sheet.
When I
click on the new sheet "Chart1" all I see is a blank page. Please Help





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