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how do i superimpose graphs with different scales?

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I am trying to draw washability curves( coal float-sink ) and i am supposed

to superimpose 5 graphs together, one of them with a different scale.Any

idea?Cheers.

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    • Plot the five series on the same XY chart, then double click on the one you

      want to show on a different scale, and on the Axis tab, choose Secondary. If

      you want a secondary X axis in addition to (or instead of) the secondary Y

      axis, go to Chart menu > Chart Options > Axes tab, and check the combination

      of boxes you need.

      - Jon

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      Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP

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      "Omwami Mugishagwe" <Omwami Mugishagwe.excel.todaysummary.com.discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in

      message news:5BE72E83-255C-46A2-BCFF-26590187F994.excel.todaysummary.com.microsoft.com...

      >I am trying to draw washability curves( coal float-sink ) and i am supposed

      > to superimpose 5 graphs together, one of them with a different scale.Any

      > idea?Cheers.

      #2; Thu, 22 May 2008 07:30:00 GMT