I am assuming that - - You are making a graph. You have a worksheet with the data on it.
One column of the data should be "Year" and you should type in the years - - 1880, 1890 . . . 1990 (It would probably be best if this were column "A"
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Ah. I think I have it . . .
In my example I have "Year" in column A and "Population" in column B
High-light the data that you want to chart.
Click on the "Chart Wizard" icon
Choose "Column" and click "Next"
At the "Chart Source Data" screen -
Click on the "Series" tab
I am going to "Remove" the "Year" from the series
For "Category X axis labels" - -
I click on the icon next to the field
Then I high-light column A (just click on the A and it will high-light the whole column)
Click on "Finish"
There . . . did that do it . . . ???
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