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OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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Changing line colors

Double-click on a line to format it. You can also double-click on the data points to format them to some extent.

In Figure 69 notice that the yellow line for Madrid is quite hard to see. To change the color of that line, select Edit, hover the cursor over the line until Data Series Madridappears, and then double-click on the line. Then under the Line tab, pick a better color. In Figure 73 we have picked sea blue.

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We can also use this approach to have one data series as a scatter plot and another as a line We also can change the plotting symbols and lines on the same screen. See Figure 74 for some ideas.

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