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    Could you provide some additional examples or use cases where you need more than 255 series? We want to better understand the scenarios of usage.

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    Scott [MSFT]

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    Thank you for your suggestion! While there are currently no plans for changing the default behavior, you can modify your settings to not plot null values in your chart. You can do this by navigating to the Chart Design ribbon and opening the Select Data dialogue. From there, select “Hidden and Empty Cells” and then choose to show empty cells as gaps.

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    Auston [MSFT]

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    We are looking at several ways to make formatting easier. This is an interesting approach that we will consider.

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    Scott [MSFT]

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