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Default VB6- Crystal Reports X, Edit a Graph at runtime


   I hope someone can help me, i developed a little app in VB6, this app load data from excel, the data is validate and then load vb6 a Crystal Report viewer in a form, almost all is ok, the only thing is I have in the report one subreport with a pie chart, sometimes the report need to graph 3 or 5 categories and it's ok, but if there are more than 5 categories the labels in the pie chart is hidden behind another labels of the same pie chart.

I create another form with the embeddeable crystal report, and it works, all modification are made, but in the case of the pie chart it doesnt is effective.

I would like to know how I can write code to work the autoarrange method (i hope is written correctly), and/or how to make editable the pie chart at runtime for modify the labels position.


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