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Hi Regina and Pedro,

Technically it is possible, but it is cumbersome and instable. I would
not go that way, but generate a one-dimensional list from the data.
With such list, you can use a real time axis.
That's what I figured - so I'll have to have a ghost list somewhere
(probably column ZZ way to the right) that is generated from the x,y
list.... Perhaps time for an enhancement request ;) I don't think that
this set up is all that uncommon for demonstrating a table and wanting
to have an accompanying chart.

Now the technical part:

Enter category (first) and value (second) manually to the fields in
the data range dialog.

For example:

in Category (for 3 years)
Notice, the same range is repeated.

in Values (for 3 years)

Notice, the parts are connected with semicolon.

Disable all automatic from the x-axis formatting. Set the type "Date"
and enter the needed min, max and intervals. Set label to 90°. For the
y-axis disable "source format" at tab Number and set to 0 decimals.

I'm going to give this a try just out of curiosity :) Thanks for the
detailed explanation.


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