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Default Problem in formating Y axis of Chart

We are using Crystal Reports 9 and running reports through C#. I want to show count of Incoming Calls along the vertical axis, starting with 0 but not want to specify a maximum scale value.

In Axex Tab, if I select Auto Range then for zero incoming calls it shows scale range from -6 to 6 but since incoming calls never be negative, I want to set minimum scale value on vertical axis as 0. If I set Auto Scale in Axes Tab and then set minimum value manually as zero through Grid Command of Chart Options, then also itís not working properly. Also as incoming calls are unlimited, I canít set maximum value by any particular value. It may go to out of range & not displaying the correct results.

How can I get control I need over the axis scale?

Hoping for your kind suggessions.
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