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Apple Pages: Chart Value Labels


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This is not really an OS X question but I cannot get into the Apple Discussion Forums so...

Does anybody know if/how you can position a chart's 'value labels' so they do not sit right on top of the chart and are barely legible. The value labels in the attached screen shot are set to show "...to the right of the bar". Which they do. I would just like them a bit farther to the right of the bar.

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Thread moved to better location (OS X Apps & games)...as you mentioned...not an OS X question.

Not sure what you mean about not being able to get into the "Apple Discussion Forums"...or if it's even relevant...since this is Mac-Forums.

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