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Old 05-19-2009, 11:53 AM
Gahzi Gahzi is offline Custom animating a line chart by series and category. Windows Vista Custom animating a line chart by series and category. Office 2007
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Default Custom animating a line chart by series and category.

Hey Guys and Gals,



I have been having some trouble animating a graph that I have built from Excel recently and was wondering if you guys could give me a hand.

The slide itself is a line graph with 3 series and a 6 month category. Ideally I would like to have one of the series(lets call momentum) be animating ahead by one month against the other 2 series. So whenever the slide would animate month 1 for the other 2 series, the momentum series would be at month 2.

I found the wipe by category and the wipe by series animations but those animations didn't let me stagger the other 2 months to be 1 month behind.

I further then looked into a custom animation but I was unable to break apart the actual lines that are drawn by each series (So i could have the momentum series be 1 month ahead). Instead I could only animate the entire line, not break it up into pieces.

Anyways, I have included the chart in question, any help would be greatly appreciated!
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