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Old November 26th 04, 07:11 AM
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My problem: In my sales forecast in Excel I want to give 2 values for each
customer : Importance (1-5) and Easiness (1-5), and then to plot a graph with
all the customers. The graph should look like a matrix 1-5.
Please advise to

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Old November 26th 04, 09:33 PM
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Plot the first set of data on the X axis and the second set of data on the Y
axis. Thus, you need to configure your data source in seperate rows as
follows:

Importance: value 1-5
Easiness: value 1-5



"Boaz Weiss" wrote:

My problem: In my sales forecast in Excel I want to give 2 values for each
customer : Importance (1-5) and Easiness (1-5), and then to plot a graph with
all the customers. The graph should look like a matrix 1-5.
Please advise to

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Old November 27th 04, 02:17 PM
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Very poor answer. i need to attach data labels to the XY Chart. Is there a XY
Labeler in the Excel ?

"KP, Microsoft Master Instructor" wrote:

Plot the first set of data on the X axis and the second set of data on the Y
axis. Thus, you need to configure your data source in seperate rows as
follows:

Importance: value 1-5
Easiness: value 1-5



"Boaz Weiss" wrote:

My problem: In my sales forecast in Excel I want to give 2 values for each
customer : Importance (1-5) and Easiness (1-5), and then to plot a graph with
all the customers. The graph should look like a matrix 1-5.
Please advise to

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Old November 27th 04, 02:47 PM
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Correction...the problem lies in your CRYPTIC description to your problem.

Charts are based on SOURCE DATA. Thus your source data row/column headings
will DETERMINE your chart's data labels.

NAME YOUR COLUMN AND ROW HEADINGS ACCORDINGLY TO REFLECT YOUR CHART'S DATA
LABELS.


"Boaz" wrote:

Very poor answer. i need to attach data labels to the XY Chart. Is there a XY
Labeler in the Excel ?

"KP, Microsoft Master Instructor" wrote:

Plot the first set of data on the X axis and the second set of data on the Y
axis. Thus, you need to configure your data source in seperate rows as
follows:

Importance: value 1-5
Easiness: value 1-5



"Boaz Weiss" wrote:

My problem: In my sales forecast in Excel I want to give 2 values for each
customer : Importance (1-5) and Easiness (1-5), and then to plot a graph with
all the customers. The graph should look like a matrix 1-5.
Please advise to

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Old December 3rd 04, 03:33 AM
Jon Peltier
 
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To label points in a chart, download and install one of these free addins:

Rob Bovey's Chart Labeler, http://appspro.com
John Walkenbach's Chart Tools, http://j-walk.com

- Jon
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Peltier Technical Services
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Boaz wrote:

Very poor answer. i need to attach data labels to the XY Chart. Is there a XY
Labeler in the Excel ?

"KP, Microsoft Master Instructor" wrote:


Plot the first set of data on the X axis and the second set of data on the Y
axis. Thus, you need to configure your data source in seperate rows as
follows:

Importance: value 1-5
Easiness: value 1-5



"Boaz Weiss" wrote:


My problem: In my sales forecast in Excel I want to give 2 values for each
customer : Importance (1-5) and Easiness (1-5), and then to plot a graph with
all the customers. The graph should look like a matrix 1-5.
Please advise to




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