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How to make slider adjust for percentages less than 1%.

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    How to make slider adjust for percentages less than 1%.

    How do I make a slider adjust for a percentage field whose range is 0 - 10 and I need adjustment on a decimal scale of 0.1? Possibly 0.05 increments. I attempted to enter the decimal but it said minimum value too small.

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    Re: How to make slider adjust for percentages less than 1%.

    Go to CHART TOOLS>LAYOUT>AXES>PRIMARY VERTICAL AXIS>More Axis Options

    You can control the stepping there.

    Hope that helps.

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    Re: How to make slider adjust for percentages less than 1%.

    Not what I was looking for. See attachment for the slider control which controls input values.
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