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How to Configure Y Axis to always show the ZERO Line

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Cheah KY
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Cheah KY asked on 07 Apr 2010, 04:20 AM
This applies to BAR CHART.

am trying to find ways how or where do i configure. so that Y Axis will always show the  0 indicator whenever there is negative value. 

please refer to the attached screenshot on what am i trying to achieve here.

thanks a lot in advance.


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answered on 09 Apr 2010, 07:37 AM
Hello Cheah KY,

You can configure the scale breaks and chart segments manually, so that zero is displayed. Here is an example:

<YAxis AutoScale="False" MaxValue="4000000" MinValue="-3500000" Step="500000">
    <ScaleBreaks Enabled="True">
        <Segments>
            <telerik:AxisSegment MaxValue="4000000" MinValue="-500000" Name=""
                Step="500000" />
            <telerik:AxisSegment MaxValue="-1500000" MinValue="-3500000" Name=""
                Step="500000" />
        </Segments>
    </ScaleBreaks>
</YAxis>


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