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jch
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Microsoft

How do I keep a 2nd Y Axis from appearing?

The 2 lines I'm drawing both fall between 0 and 1 on a line and stacked column chart.

 

Why does a 2nd y Axis appear when I add the second line?

 

How do I eliminate the 2nd Y Axis? Or at least set it up so both Y Axes start at 0 and end at 1?

 

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parry2k
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@jch Under y-axis, do you have show secondary?






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parry2k
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@jch Under y-axis, do you have show secondary?






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parry2k
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@jch go to format pane, under y axis, turn on align zeros

 

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Thank you for your reply @parry2k . I do not have Align Zero in my format pane

 

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Yes, I found that and it works 

 

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