How to move Y axis to left/right/middle in Excel chart?
If you have received a chart sheet and you want to move the Y axis to a new location, how can you solve it? Actually, the Y axis can be moved to left, right or middle as you need. In this article, I tell you how to move the Y axis in Excel chart.
Create a normal distribution chart (bell curve) with two steps！
|Sometimes, you need to use the normal distribution chart to analyze data, but in Excel, to create a standard bell curve is complex. Here, Kutools for Excel provides a tool - Normal Distrubition/Bell Curve can quickly create the bell curve chart or frequency histogram chart based on data with two steps. Download this tool with free 60-day trial now.|
Here is a section called Vertical axis crosses can help you to move Y axis to anywhere as you need.
Double click at the X axis (horizontal axis) to display the Format Axis pane. See screenshot:
If you are in Excel 2010 or 2007, it will open the Format Axis dialog.
Then if you want to move the Y axis to the left, check Automatic in the Vertical axis crosses section.
If you want to move the Y axis to the right, check At maximum category in Vertical axis crosses section.
If you want to move the Y axis to the middle, you can type the number into At category number text box.
In Excel 2010 or 2007, specify the option in Vertical axis crosses section.
Tabbed browsing & editing multiple Excel workbooks/Word documents as Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explore 10!
You may be familiar to view multiple webpages in Firefox/Chrome/IE, and switch between them by clicking corresponding tabs easily. Here, Office Tab supports similar processing, which allow you to browse multiple Excel workbooks or Word documents in one Excel window or Word window, and easily switch between them by clicking their tabs. Click for free 30-day trial of Office Tab!
You are guest
or post as a guest, but your post won't be published automatically.
- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 7 months agoThis doesn't work if the X axis range is all negative. Automatic and max both force it to the right, in that case. They should have included "Left" or "Minimum" as an option for such cases