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[libreoffice-users] Adding events into a libreoffice calc graphic


Hi everybody, and thank you for the support, I've looked arround for an
answer for a few hours without success.

We're talking about LibreOffice Calc:

What i'm about to do is a data table with two columns: "date" and "numeric
data". After that i would insert a graphic in the spreadsheet ("insert" -
"graphic"). And for now no problems.

Now i have to add some non-numeric "events" to the graphic. For example:
10/3/2019 - 225
15/3/2019 - event
20/3/2019 - 353
22/3/2019 - 50

and so on...

Now it happens that in the graphic the line that connects all the points
breaks at 15/3/2019 and starts again at 20/3/2019. I would like to add this
information in the graphic with a line that points to the right point on the
graphic.

Is it possible or i am dreaming?



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Re: [libreoffice-users] Adding events into a libreoffice calc graphicRemy Gauthier <remygauthier@yahoo.com>
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