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Plot and Plot Border

The plot area of a chart is the region directly behind the data series (i.e., the area behind the rows or columns of data).

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1

Charts tab

Click to display the Charts view.

You can also display this view when opening an existing report by selecting the Edit tab, and then selecting Charts in the menu.

2

Legend icon

Click on the image370.png icon to display the Background window.

3

Plot category

Click on the expand icon image373.png to display the formatting options for the plot area.

4

Style list

If you want to apply a gradient to the color being used in the plot area, change the default from Solid to Gradient.

5

Color option

Click on the image351.png icon to display a color palette that allows you to change the color of the plot area. The default color is white.

6

Image Manager link

If you want to add an image to the plot area, click on the link to display an Image Manager window. To add a new image, click the Add button to display a Choose File button, which when selected, displays a File Upload prompt that allows you to select the image you want displayed in the plot area. Click the Save button to upload the image. Once the image file displays in the Image Manager window, click on it to add it as the plot area image.

7

Image Opacity list

If you want to increase the transparency of an image added to the plot area, change the default selection (100%) to a lower percentage. The lower the opacity, the more transparent the image.

Opacity selections range from 10% - 100% in increments of 10.

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Plot Border category

Click on the expand icon image373.png to display the formatting options for the plot border.

9

Style list

If you want to add a border around the plot area, change the default selection from None to Solid.

10

Close & Apply icon

Click on the image332.png icon to apply the plot and plot border changes to the chart in both the Charts view and the Output (full report) view, and close the Background window.

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