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I could suggest you to select a greatter range than you are going to use
at the begining. For example. Imagine you need make a chart with the
information of all the months of the year but at this moment you have
only seven mounth, like this:

Row     A       B

1       J       10
2       F       20
3       M       30
4       A       40
5       My      40
6       J       50
7       Jy      60

But you expect five additional months:

Row     A       B

8       A       ? (Keep in blank)
9       S       ? (Keep in blank)
10      O       ? (Keep in blank)
11      N       ? (Keep in blank)
12      D       ? (Keep in blank)

When you select the initial range you can select:

A1:B12 as complete series

In this case the chart only show elements graphics for months that have
numbers...the others only by referens...but if you dont want show these
in the chart you can hide its part of range-rows-(Partial or Total), and
the chart adjusts automatically its range.

I hope this help you to make your chart better and easier,


Jorge Rodríguez

El mié, 23-07-2014 a las 10:48 +0100, Gordon Burgess-Parker escribió:
I'm trying to create a chart where when I add data I don't have to edit 
the data range each time to include the new row.
I can't see how to do that. (Probably something I've missed).
Can anyone help?



Jorge Rodríguez

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