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Chapter 14. Charting XML Data > Applying Variations of the Top and Height Prope...

Applying Variations of the Top and Height Properties

When the processing is finished, the Chart worksheet is filled with charts. See Figure 14.8. The page breaks do not break across any charts, thanks to the value in the variable t being the source of both the row size and the Top property of the charts. The value of t also affects how many charts appear on a page. In the example in Figure 14.8, t is set to 200 and the Height property is set to 180. The setting of 200 creates three charts on the page, and the value of 180 puts a little room between the charts.

Figure 14.8. Multiple charts have been created



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