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I'm making a xy scatter graph for my boss. She wants me to offset the y-axis
to the right a little, but does not want anything to the left of it. Is
there a way to do this in Excel?

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Do you want to make the Plot Area narrower? Select the plot area and drag the little
black handles.

Or do you want the minimum of the X axis to be larger, a positive number instead of
zero? Double click on the X axis, click on the Scale tab, and choose appropriate
parameters.

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I'm making a xy scatter graph for my boss. She wants me to offset the y-axis
to the right a little, but does not want anything to the left of it. Is
there a way to do this in Excel?


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