Creating Multiple Graphs on a Page

There are several ways to create more than one graph on a page. The easiest method is to use the mouse, although you can edit the axis properties when creating multiple graphs on a page.

 

To create multiple graphs on a page:

  1. Create the first graph.

  2. Select the entire graph.

  3. Drag the graph to a new position using the mouse.

  4. Create the second graph.

  5. Select the entire second graph.

  6. Drag the graph to a new position using the mouse.

 

The graph can also be moved and sized using the axis properties.

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To create graphs similar to the one shown above on Legal size paper:

  1. Create the first graph.

  2. Edit the axis properties. In the left graph, the length and starting positions were set as follows:

  • Y Axis 1 (left): Length 4.00 inches, X Position 1.50 inches, Y Position 2.00 inches

  • X Axis 1 (bottom): Length 4.00 inches, X Position 1.50 inches, Y Position 2.00 inches

  • Y Axis 2 (right): Length 4.00 inches, X Position 5.50 inches, Y Position 2.00 inches

  1. Create the second graph.

  2. Edit the axis properties. In the right graph, the length and starting positions were set as follows:

  • Y Axis 1 (left): Length 4.00 inches, X Position 8.00 inches, Y Position 2.00

  • X Axis 1 (bottom): Length 4.00 inches, X Position 8.00 inches, Y Position 2.00 inches

  • Y Axis 2 (right): Length 4.00 inches, X Position 12.00 inches, Y Position 2.00 inches

 

 

See Also

Axis Types

Plot Types