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vrf Vee6.2 Panel drivers to Agilent 33220A & 34970A

Question asked by VRFuser on May 1, 2004
Hi all.
This is not really a VEE question. It's more of a Excel Macro question.
However the data was gathered and entered in to an Excel  template by VEE
and some of you know VB.

Anyway, on some of the charts I have limit lines that I wish to connect a
vertical line to (at the start of them), which either goes to the top of
the chart or the bottom.
Does anyone know how this can be done in VBA, so I can add it to my macro?

Best regards
Hamish Begg
Pre-Compliance & Certification
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Email: hamish.begg@powerware.com
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