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This has to done on a box-by-box basis. There can be no change of font within a line of a chart. There are3 scenarios here. Select the box, then for:
It is not possible change the white space at each end of a text line.
WARNINGS: Best done with 8-10pt text, and viewing ay View > Zoom > Normal. It is not easy for long text content.
This has to done on a box-by-box basis. Select the box, then the left or side of the box and drag to the new size. Increasing the width will reduce the number of text line wraps, hence reducing the height of the box. (see Editing Lines and Connectors)
WARNING: The increasing of a box’s width may lead to the overlapping of adjacent boxes. Reducing a wide box to a narrow one may cause the box height to grow to a point where the bottom of the box overlaps another box. It may also trigger the lost character bug (see Limitations of Text.)
This has to done on a box-by-box basis. Select the box, right-click > Detail Properties and then select the Rectangle component, click Properties. Here use the Line tab to set another line width or color. Making changes that increases the line width has consequences on the chart layout. (see Editing Lines and Connectors)
WARNING: Other boxes may need to be moved down to remove steps in connecting lines and in extreme cases the bottom of the box may overlap another box. It may possible to remedy this by increasing the width of the box.
This can be done as described in Line and shape drawing.
This operation applies on a box-by-box basis. If a chart was created with the Chart Options > Images tab set to:
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