Excel 2007 question

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  1. dpwu32

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    Is it summer yet?

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    I've built a chart, and the only option I see for labeling each section of my horizontal axis is to label directly in the center of each column. What I'd ideally like to do is label the point directly between each column.

    Anyone know how to work this fucking thing? :lol:
     
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  3. Cheddar

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    What kind of chart? Like a vertical bar graph?
     
  4. dpwu32

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    Yep. Histogram.

    I want to be able to label the value directly between two columns, if that makes any sense...
     
  5. Cheddar

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    Well, a histogram makes sense. Lablelling the empty spaces doesn't. :kekeke:
     
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    I don't actually have any space between my columns. I'm looking to label the point when the columns meet. :happysad:
     
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    ahh. OK that's an alignment thing. Standbye.
     

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