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I am having a stacked graph - VBRSTK2. I have 2 bars and 2 lines in the graph. My problem is that I want only the bars to be stacked, but the lines are also getting stacked. Is there a graph type where I can have only the bar stacked and not the line stacked.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
Bar and line graphs can be combined from the Graph Wizard. The Field Options tab allows you to select a field and then click a radio button that will indicate Bar, Line or Area for the display type for that particular field.
Pinging to see if anyone has found a solution. Tried hiding the lower level lines on the stack and just displaying the top one... that doesn't work either as the lower level lines are then excluded from the total.
This is frustrating. Seems like such a simple thing.
WebFOCUS 8.1.05, Windows 7, All output types
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