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Old 06-11-2019, 12:00 PM   #1
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Chart Object

I am trying to create charts and was told to use Chart Object to help make better charts but I can't find it in my Access 2016. If it not in my Access how can I get it and add it.

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Re: Chart Object

Hi Bob. Welcome to the forum. Are you talking about this?


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Re: Chart Object

If you have the retail version of Access, you have the old style chart control on the design ribbon.

If you have Access as part of Office 365 you also have the new 'modern' chart button in the ribbon. This is easier to use but is less powerful. Whether you will get better charts using the modern charts is somewhat debatable.

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Re: Chart Object

Does this help https://support.office.com/en-us/art...6-4ecb737ea7f7

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