Now I am making progress and dragging does expand what I need. Many
I had expected to be able to do it by scaling the axes but what
I have now will serve.
One supplementary question.
At present the key for the various symbols used in the chart appears in
the frame and when I expand the chart proper they get in the way. How
may I move the key to below so it does not obscure the graph?
A couple of ways...
In either case, double-click on the chart to start editing it. Then the
easiest is probably to go to Format menu > Legend... > Position tab,
select "Bottom" (or wherever you want it to appear) and click OK.
If you need a bit more control, you can drag the legend to position it.
To resize it, click on it and then drag the green handles which appear
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