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I have a regular linear graph and have y values running from negative to positive, enabling x axis shows the line at the bottom of the graph. How is it possible to set it to show at zero, i.e. running from the origin (0,0)?

I also wonder how to change the width of the line? I can change the size of the "data symbol", but can't find for the line itself.

UPD: This is easily possible to do in Excel, so it will be surprising if Numbers can't do it.

  • It's been a while, already. Have you found any solution for this? – Alvaro Lourenço Nov 13 '14 at 15:12
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To answer the first part of your question, please see this Answer to Force line chart to show axis at point (0, 0)

Second part:
Select the line to highlight it. Then under Style in the Inspector the Connection Line and weight can be adjusted by point.

Ligne weight

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