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Re: Two Needle Gauge

Postby DashboardWidgets » Thu Jul 31, 2014 3:57 pm

Hi adragton

Yes, no problem to put two needles on the same gauge. How exactly how do you see this - for example would a short black needle (actual) over the top of a longer red needle (budget) fit your need?

Let us know what you are after and we'll build it for you!

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Re: Two Needle Gauge

Postby DashboardWidgets » Fri Aug 01, 2014 9:03 pm

Hi adragton

What we meant was something a little like this.

Two Needle Dial.jpg

Two Needle Dial.xlsx
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If this is not what you were after, feel free to sketch it out on a piece of paper and we'll try to build it.

Please note that the unlocked version of this widget can be downloaded in the Commercial License Holder's Download area here..

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Re: Two Needle Gauge

Postby DashboardWidgets » Sun Aug 03, 2014 10:47 am

Hi adragton

Yes, this is exactly what we have done.

The best way to change the stacking order of Excel Objects that are placed over one another is to use the REORDER buttons at the bottom of the SELECTION PANE (HOME > FIND & SELECT > SELECTION PANE).

There are a few examples that include changing the stacking order in the videos on our YouTube Channel..

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK_ATU ... K4cVW-UvaQ

Hope this helps you with your dashboard project and feel free to ask if you require more support.

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