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  1. riya khandelwal

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    while formatting vertical axis, when we change the maximum value, on what basis other values in the vertical axis change?
     
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    Hi Riya,

    This is to inform you that, an inbuilt algorithm is applied which automatically changes the values in vertical axis when Maximum value is changed. As it have to fit in a chart what needs to be displayed.

    I hope this will help you.

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    but the maximum value is not changed at all, instead other values are changed. values are already fitting in chart. sowhat is the need of changing the maximum value.
     
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    There is no need of changing the maximum value. But as you mentioned by you earlier "while formatting vertical axis, when we change the maximum value, on what basis other values in the vertical axis change?", you are concerned about the vertical axis change when we change the maximum value. So have responded accordingly.

    The concept here is, that when you are formatting your vertical axis, you will be specifying some maximum value. According to which your vertifcal axis is formatted automatically. And if in case you will change the maximum value, vertical formatting will vary automatically accordingly.

    I hope this will help you. Apologies for the delay in response.
     
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