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So I'm writing a lab report. I've made a line graph in numbers, and I need to highlight a single data point along the line. The point I need is not one of the data points I used to create the graph. Im fairly new to numbers.... Any suggestions? I know this is probably fairly simple, but I can't find it anywhere.
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