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Default Chart Wizard - Label Problems

I have been developing an MS Access 2000 database for a local charity, and am having a few problems with charts.

Basically, by using the Chart Wizard I'm able to get the output I want - but am having problems labelling the charts produced. For example, when a PIE CHART is produced the output does not included the percentage labelling - and I was wondering if anybody knew how I could achieve this?


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You should be able to right click the chart and select the labels and formatting you want. Alternatively you could create fields in your queries that list percentages.

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