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Chart Data Labels

Data Label formatting includes the following customizable elements:

  • Visibility
  • Fill color
  • Line color, width and stroke style
  • Text color, font size and rotation
  • Data Label Position. For some series types (columns, bars and pies) it's limited by the following options:

         o Outside
         o Inside end
         o Inside Base
         o Center

    For the rest of series types the Data Label position is defined by an angle and distance from Data Marker.

  • Drop Line to Data Marker. If this option is on, the Data Label's box is connected with a Data Marker by line.
  • Underline Data Label. If this option is on, the Data Labe's border is not drawn, but the Data Label's text is underlined and this line is connected with a Data Marker.
  • Draw Data Label Border. If this option is turned off, the border around Data Label content is not drawn and the bounding rectangle is not filled.
  • Include Legend Key in Label.  If this option is on, the Data Label displays series legend key.
  • Data Label Content. You can customize it to display the following information (or combination of any relevant parts):

         o Series Name
         o Category Name
         o Value (Y value)
         o Percentage (useful for Pie series)
         o X Value (useful for any series with X component set to something different than index/category)
         o Bubble size (for bubble series)

  • Data Label content separator. You can specify any string to separate the above specified content values.
  • Automatic Word Wrap. If this option is on, the content of Data Label will be automatically wrapped to fit the specified Data Label rectangle.
  • Custom Data Format. You can specify a custom format string to customize appearance of content values.

    Data Label formatting can be applied to a whole series or to each Data Point individually.
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