"Jon Peltier" wrote:
> Kathryn -
> We all admire your resourcefulness. Thanks for sharing your approach
> with the group.
> - Jon
> Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP
> Peltier Technical Services
> Tutorials and Custom Solutions
> Kathryn wrote:
> > Thanks, Jon - although I still can't get the y axis label to cooperate and
> > allow me to format characters individually, I've added text to an inserted
> > rectangle and then rotated the text. And I'm using a text box instead of the
> > legend to let me format those entries.
> > Kathryn
> > "Jon Peltier" wrote:
> >>Kathryn -
> >>You can mix font formats in the chart title, axis titles, data labels,
> >>and text boxes. Click once to select the item, and a second time to
> >>insert the cursor and select the characters to format. (Data labels
> >>require three single clicks.) Then use the formatting buttons on the
> >>command bar, or use the format menu (or the shortcut CTRL+1) to open the
> >>Format dialog.
> >>Axis tick labels cannot be formatted individually like this. You can
> >>format an entire legend entry different from the others (two single
> >>clicks, then format), but you cannot access characters within an entry.
> >>- Jon
> >>Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP
> >>Peltier Technical Services
> >>Tutorials and Custom Solutions
> >>Kathryn wrote:
> >>>Is there any way to use multiple font styles in Excel chart labels (titles of
> >>>data series, axes, etc.)? I must format graphs of results and have to use
> >>>variables in Symbol font, italics, superscript, and subscript, etc.