How to exclude weekends in date axis in Excel?
In Excel, when you create a chart based on the data range including dates without weekends, it will automatically add the weekends into the chart axis as shown as below screenshot. How could you exclude the weekend dates in axis in Excel?
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To exclude weekends in the date axis, you just need to format the axis as text axis.
1. Right click at the X axis and select Format Axis in the context menu. See screenshot:
2. In the popped out Format Axis dialog, check Text axis option in Axis Type section. See screenshot:
In Excel 2013, check Text axis option in the Axis Options section in the Format Axis pane.
3. Close the dialog. Then you can see the weekend dates are removed.
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