Colouring an area of an Excel Graph?

  TonyV 19:27 07 Apr 2007
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I have a graph which is showing the results of some medical tests that I do. The graph is made up of the X axis being the date and the Y axis being the average for a day of the results taken. If you consider that the Y axis has a scan of 0 to 14 as the average, what I would like to do is to either colour the 7 grid line red or colour the area between 4 and 7 red. Is there any way this can be done?

Thanks

TonyV

  Sandy110 20:41 07 Apr 2007

Yes it can be done. What type of graph are you using?

  TonyV 20:48 07 Apr 2007

A simple Line Graph.

TonyV

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  TonyV 11:03 08 Apr 2007

Many thanks for that. I got the hint from the first link you posted. What I have done is to "draw" a box from axis Y4 to axis Y7 the width of the chart, coloured it and then made it transparent. It has done what I wanted and now shows where the results should be and where the major variations are. It gives a quick scan as to where I should be!!

Thanks

TonyV

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