by Allen Wyatt
(last updated July 17, 2017)
The graphs created by Microsoft Graph are based on data contained in a simple spreadsheet called a datasheet. Microsoft Graph displays this data in row-and-column format. You can adjust the width of datasheet columns in order to view large numbers in the cells more fully. To do this, follow these steps:
Figure 1. The Column Width dialog box
You can also change the width of a datasheet column by simply positioning the mouse pointer over the right border of the control cell for the column. Microsoft Graph changes the pointer to a double-headed arrow. Click and drag the column border to the new width.
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