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Old 07-13-2009, 05:07 AM   #1
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"Stack Series" chart in open office calc

Hi all,
I hope i'm posting this in the right forum. I'm trying to create a line chart using open office calc 3.0.1. What I'm after is a cumulative chart (ie each value along the x axis includes all previous values). When choosing the chart type, the "Stack Series" option is available, however, enabling this doesn't have any visible effect.

Google, the open office wiki and a search of these forums hasn't turned up any results. Any ideas?



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