by Allen Wyatt
(last updated December 20, 2014)
As you are working with a chart in Microsoft Graph, you might find if helpful to change how text appears on an axis. For instance, you might want the text to be vertical instead of horizontal. Microsoft Graph makes it easy to change this:
Figure 1. The Alignment tab of the Format Axis dialog box
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