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To accomplish this process, choose Plot Area from the list of elements and then choose the required element Once you are in the appropriate screen, deselect the field Automatic and then enter the percentage values into the fields Top, Left, Bottom, and Right, as shown in the next illustration The element is moved to the required position as you make your
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You can also assign colors to text, lines, and areas The Chart Designer provides you with many opportunities to select colors or use custom colors For example, you can select colors from a color spectrum or select colors from a palette of predefined colors The color s technical name is going to be difficult to understand, but as long as you can select the specific color from either of these two options, you are in good shape To work with the predefined color, enter the color as an RGB value The RGB color definition mixes a color from the colors red, green, and blue, and uses the color values 0 to 255 For example, white has the RGB value 255,255,255, black 0,0,0, and red 255,0,0 Gray values have identical color values for red, green, and blue To work with the color as a hexadecimal value, enter the value with a leading number sign, # This type of color entry is mainly used in HTML In principle it functions like the RGB notation, but it uses hexadecimal values instead of the numeric values 0 to 255 Therefore, black is #000000, white is #FFFFFF, and red is #FF0000 You can use this color notation if you are already using color specifications in your intranet and want to use them in your chart (or the other way around)
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You can also enter standardized color names for the 16 colors of the VGA standard palette and another 216 colors of the Netscape palette The names are in English and are, for example, black (#000000), white (#FFFFFF) and red (#FF0000) in the VGA palette or deep pink (#FF1493) or pale green (#98FB98) in the Netscape palette I recommend using one of the two preceding options (RGB or hexadecimal value) rather than trying to enter the name in English, because using the technical names is guaranteed to give you the color you want whereas entering the English word won t necessarily do so The final method is to assign values from the current color palette using direct entry You can directly assign the 64 colors of the color palette by entering the values between @1 and @64 The numbers follow the entries in the palette row by row; for example, @1 @8 correspond to the colors from row 1 of the color palette, and @9 @16 correspond to the colors from row 2 Upon a changeover of palettes, the respective RGB from the assigned palette entry is used
Selecting Color Values from the Palette and Spectrum To select the color values from the
palette and spectrum, select the element whose color you want to change and scroll to the property Color or Secondary Color Click the arrow to the right of the field to open the color menu The upper area of the color menu contains a spectrum of all the colors of the rainbow, and the lower part contains a palette of 64 predefined colors To select a color from the color spectrum, position the cursor over the required color and click, or use the arrow button to move in the required direction A small circle at the end of the cursor marks the selected area The status bar at the bottom of the color menu shows you the corresponding RGB and hexadecimal values To select a color from the color palette, click the required color field The color is then assigned to the selected element
Varying Color Values Using Transparency You can also change the color of an area using the property Transparency The transparency value specifies how solid a color is, or how much the background shows through This allows you to create additional effects for the color of an area Select the required area, scroll to the Transparency property, and specify the percentage value for transparency Zero percent means no transparency, and 100% means completely transparent (background shows through) Automatic Color Assignment If you have no color preference, you can have the Chart Designer assign colors automatically Just select the required element, scroll to a color property, and then select the option Automatic from the first line of the color menu The Chart Designer only takes properties with the value Automatic into account when assigning colors automatically Manual color assignments are retained Making Global Color Settings Assigning colors can be very long and drawn out if you are going to go through each of the series or chart types to do this If you would like, you can change the colors using a global approach, which will reduce the maintenance and effort The Chart Designer has functions for changing the colors of your chart quickly, without changing each individual color setting of an element Go to the Global Settings and then