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    Thanks to Graham for starting this conversation. If you would also like Excel to maintain named range references and structured table references in the “applies to” field for Conditional Formatting rules, please add your comments and vote this one up. We will prioritize accordingly.

    Thanks,
    Steve (MS Excel)

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    I’m not able to reproduce the problem you are describing. Can you send me more explicit steps that are needed to reproduce it and a sample file?

    Thanks,
    Scott [MSFT]

    Jon Peltier commented  · 

    The OP is talking about a horizontal bar chart, so the category labels are on the vertical axis, but it's still the X axis.

    Excel plots the first category next to the chart's origin, which is the bottom left corner where the axes intersect. The second category is next to that, and so on. Starting at the origin, categories in a column chart go left to right, which seems normal. Starting at the origin, categories in a bar chart go bottom to top, which has always seemed normal to me (knowing about that whole origin thing) but confuses most people.

    The way Excel would best address this without messing up existing charts and existing chart code that knows about the chart's origin, would be to default a bar chart to having Categories in Reverse Order checked and Crosses at Maximum selected.

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    Thanks for the feedback. We’ll consider this in our next round of planning. Please continue to vote on this feature idea.

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    Scott [MSFT]

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    We’ll consider this for a future release. Please continue to vote on this feature request which will increase its likelihood of getting in the product.

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    Scott [MSFT]

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    Jon Peltier commented  · 

    This functionality has existed in Excel for a very long time:

    If you hold down the ALT key while moving or resizing a chart, or any shape in Excel, the edge of the chart will snap to the cell boundaries.

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