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Eclipse BIRT Report Developer Guide
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How to set a chart’s background color

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In the chart builder, choose Format Chart, then navigate to the Chart Area section. Use the list on the left to navigate among sections. Figure 16‑2 shows the Chart Area section.

Figure 16-2 Background option in the Chart Area section

Figure 16‑3 shows the color picker.

Figure 16-3 Color picker

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To use a gradient color, choose Gradient, then use Gradient Editor to select a start color, end color, and rotation for the gradient pattern. Figure 16‑4 shows the gradient editor.

Figure 16-4 Setting colors and rotation for a gradient color

To define a custom color, on the color picker, choose Define Custom Colors to show the custom color picker, as shown in Figure 16‑5.

Figure 16-5 Color picker including custom color options

Use the color picker options to select or define a custom color. When you finish, choose Add to Custom Colors, then choose OK.


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