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Hey Everyone,



I have a created a series of org charts and applied a data graphic rule to all of them. The rule is pretty simple as it high lights the drawings different colors based on job codes. The problem is my organization is going through a ton a structural changes and I have to keep creating the org charts. I'm getting tired of running it on each page one at a time.

Is there a way to create a macro to run the rule on all pages in a file? When I click record a macro the advanced data graphics option in not available on the data tab.

Thanks in advance!
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