A graphical representation of the Charts collection object and Chart object are shown in Figure 9.2. The figure shows the objects and collections that are subordinate to the Chart object. Many of these components also have numerous subordinate objects, so Figure 9.2 does not illustrate the breadth of the Chart object. You should not be intimidated, though, because programming the Chart object involves many of the same techniques that have been discussed throughout this book. The goal of this chapter is to point out major components and some of the unique properties involved with programming the Chart object.
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