Written by Allen Wyatt (last updated January 20, 2020)
This tip applies to Word 97, 2000, 2002, and 2003
Depending on the type of chart you are developing in Microsoft Graph, your graph can have two or three axes. (XY or XZ for two-dimensional charts, and XYZ for three-dimensional.) If you are using a pie chart, there are no axes at all. If your chart uses axes, Microsoft Graph lets you control whether a certain axis is displayed. You do this as follows:
Figure 1. The Axes tab of the Chart Options dialog box
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