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When making a chart in the worksheet (not an independent sheet), is there a way to positon it a little more precise ? Instead of just leaving it there "floating" ?

I'm having a bunch of tables, one under another, and every table is gonna have to have its own chart. Is there a way when I copy the first one, under the second one (just change the data) to make them exactly one under another ... not "wiggling" left/right ?

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Holding the Alt key down when you move/resize charts will make them snap to the nearest row/column boundary.

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Snaps to the centre of a row/column also, which is perfect for me needs. – David Gard Aug 7 '15 at 15:30

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