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ranmath Posted - 09/22/2021 : 11:41:08 AM
Hi, Hoping I can get some help here, I'm using Origin 2019b.

I have multiple datasets of X and Y that I have plotted out individually through "Duplicate Batch Plotting". So what I have is indivdual graphs, Graph1, Graph2, Graph3, Graph4... Is there a way I can, at once, edit the scale of all the graphs at a single go - I want the Y-Axis limits to be the same across all the graphs.

What I am doing at the moment is, going into Graph1, right clicking on the y-axis scale, clicking on "Scale" and modifying the "From" and "To" values, "Minor Ticks" and then doing the same manually for the rest. Is there a faster way to do this, like select all the Graphs in the project explorer window and set the y-axis scale to chosen values for all graphs at once, as opposed to going through each one manually?

Thank you.
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ranmath Posted - 09/23/2021 : 09:36:16 AM
Thank you very much, those solutions worked.
snowli Posted - 09/22/2021 : 1:27:53 PM
In Duplicate (Batch Plotting) dialog, there is a Rescale axes checkbox.

So if you first set Graph1's axes and then open Batch Plotting dialog and uncheck it, axis will be same in all graphs.

Thanks, Snow
YimingChen Posted - 09/22/2021 : 11:55:49 AM
1. After customizing the y axis of one graph, right click the y axis, and select Copy Format -> All. (You have the option to copy only Scale or Style here).
2. Select menu Edit->Paste Format (Advanced)... to open the dialog. In Apply Scope dropdown list, select All Graphs in this folder. Then click Apply button. The y axis format should be copied to all graphs in the current folder.


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