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    Posted: 20 October 2010 at 5:56am
Hi,
 
     How to show the Pie chart with Percentage....?
    
     See the below Screen Shot
 
    
 
 
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Hi,
 
I have the same feature request: Labels in % and Legend with 'real' values or a format variable like {P} (for the .Format property).
 
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Ok Fabian,
 
   Let us expect in the next release....!
 
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Hi,

You can set Point.LegendText to value you need.
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Hi oleg,
   It works .....! Thanks. It will help in the mean time ...!
 
 
  
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YES!
 
And the other way (Labels=%, Legend=Value):
 
    Series.Style.Label.Format = "{A}: %.00f%%"  
    Series.Style.Label.ShowLines = True
    Series.Style.Label.Position = 0     '0=Outside
    Sum = 0
    For x = 0 To nx - 1                 
      Sum = Sum + V(x)
    Next x
    VMax = 0
    For x = 0 To nx - 1                 
      Series.Points.Add VLabel(x), 100# / Sum * V(x)
      Series.Points(x).LegendText = VLabel(x)+ ": " + Format$(V(x), "###,###.00")
      If V(x) > VMax Then
        VMax = V(x)
        VMaxIdx = x
      End If
    Next x
 
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