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Default Bar Chart Properties


I'm using Crystal 10.


1. When displaying the 'Bars' in a Bar-Chart, is it possible to set the 'fill' property of each bar according to the value of each bar/record?

i.e. If Sales (by Year) are between 0.01 and 10.00 then display the individual bar as Red,
if Sales are between 10.01 and 20.00 then display as Blue,
if Sales are between 20.01 and 30.00 then display as Green etc

2. If an individual Sales 'Bar' is equal to 27.87, is it possible to show the first portion of the bar as Red (from 0.01 to 10), the next portion in Blue(10.01 to 20) and the last portion in Green (20.01 to 27.87)?

Any help please.

Thanks in advance,


A Northern Soul

A Northern Soul

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