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Thanks for the suggestions Mr Shorty.

In response to your questions/suggestions

I was hoping I could plot directly from the original data source
without having to rearrange it (into contiguous series). I have
several large data sets that need to be plotted based on given
criteria. Currently I have a macro that will generate the plots
desired however if the data set is too large I run into the problem
Unless you can referece multiple cells on the same sheet with less
redundancy I suppose I may have to rearrange the data before plotting.

can I change the required Y values of:

=(Results!$B$15,Results!$B$18,Results!$B$25,Result s!$B$31,Results!$B$37,Results!$B$44,Results!$B$50,

to something like this, without the need to repeat the sheet name?

=(Results!($B$15,$B$18,$B$25,$B$31,$B$37,$B$44,$B$ 50,$B$56,$B$63,$B$69,

I've tried similar syntax but it doesn't want to work for me. Is there
a different syntax that can be used to accomplish what I'm after?

Thanks again for any help.

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