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Scale on horizontal axis on a graph with secondary vertical axis

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    Scale on horizontal axis on a graph with secondary vertical axis

    Hello,
    I need to have a graph with one horizontal axis and two vertical axis which i already did
    However i can not change the scale of the horizontal axis anymore!
    I need the scale to start with 200 to 800 with increments of 50 (instead of 1,2,3,4,5,)
    please find the excel file attached
    thanks in advance
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    Re: Scale on horizontal axis on a graph with secondary vertical axis

    You will get answer on duplicate thread here: https://www.excelforum.com/excel-gen...ical-axis.html
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    Re: Scale on horizontal axis on a graph with secondary vertical axis

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