The Axis Object

Table 21-2 shows the properties and methods of the Axis object. As you can see, Axis objects are fairly involved in their own right. Fortunately, most of the members in Table 21-2 are self-explanatory, so we consider them only briefly. Note that most of these members correspond to the myriad check boxes and edit boxes in the five tabs of the Excel Format Axis dialog box.

Table 21-2 shows the properties and methods of the Axis object. As you can see, Axis objects are fairly involved in their own right. Fortunately, most of the members in Table 21-2 are self-explanatory, so we consider them only briefly. Note that most of these members correspond to the myriad check boxes and edit boxes in the five tabs of the Excel Format Axis dialog box.

Table 21-2. Members of the Axis Object

Application

HasDisplayUnitLabel<v9>

MinorTickMark

AxisBetweenCategories

HasMaj orGridlines

MinorUnit

AxisGroup

HasMinorGridlines

MinorUnitlsAuto

AxisTitle

HasTitle

MinorUnitScale

BaseUnit

Height

Parent

BaseUnitlsAuto

Left

ReversePlotOrder

Border

MajorGridlines

ScaleType

CategoryNames

MajorTickMark

Select

CategoryType

MajorUnit

TickLabelPosition

Creator

Maj orUnitIs Auto

TickLabels

Crosses

MajorUnitScale

TickLabelSpacing

CrossesAt

MaximumScale

TickMarkSpacing

Delete

MaximumScalelsAuto

Top

DisplayUnit<v9>

MinimumScale

Type

DisplayUnitCustom<v9>

MinimumScalelsAuto

Width

DisplayUnitLabel<v9>

MinorGridlines

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