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Plotting a graph using HH:MM:SS values

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    Plotting a graph using HH:MM:SS values

    I need help in plotting a graph using time values.

    A single line appears at the bottom of the graph, what am i doing wrong?
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    Re: Plotting a graph using HH:MM:SS values

    Your values are being treated as text.

    put 1 in a spare cell and Copy it. Select data and PasteSpecial+Multiple
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    Re: Plotting a graph using HH:MM:SS values

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    Re: Plotting a graph using HH:MM:SS values

    Please explain further, this doesn't make any sense.

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    Re: Plotting a graph using HH:MM:SS values

    Explain what - aqnd from who?

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    Re: Plotting a graph using HH:MM:SS values

    Holy hell (wait did I break a rule there too?!), there are more rules than there answers.

    Your values are being treated as text.

    put 1 in a spare cell and Copy it. Select data and PasteSpecial+Multiple
    Andy didn't explain his answer so I was wondering if he could elaborate... Never mind, I figured it out already.

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