In article <3ivd2g$afv at tribune.usask.ca>, pontreno at duke.usask.ca (Reno Pontarollo) says:
>>Howard Mitchell (mitchell at uniwa.uwa.edu.au) wrote:
>>: Please help us if you can.... we are presenting our data at conferences
>: using slides. For this we are using the graphics presentation package -
>: powerpoint. For the most part we have had no problems except that we
>: cannot get the y axis legend to go vertical. Thus it remains to stick out
>: sideways and looks quite stupid. If anyone can help please reply to me
>: yours in anticipation
>: Assoc. Prof. H.W. Mitchell
>: Uni of W.A.
>:mitchell at uniwa.uwa.edu.au>Dr. Mitchell,
>> I use powerpoint 4.0 for my presentations also. I have not
>encountered this problem...yet. Perhaps you could e-mail me wiht a more
>detailed description of the problem, and I'll be happy to trouble shoot
>this for you. I've become the powerpoint-go-to-guy in my department and
>maybe I can help you out.
>>Reno: pontreno at duke.usask.caIf you work with powerpoint you can past in Excel data (not link in). Pasted
chars can be broken apart. so each axis and so on becomes a powerpoint object.
The objects can be turned. You dont have to have Excel. Verthing thats not a bitmap
can be broken apart. UWE