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taoli9856 Posted - 11/28/2023 : 08:20:15 AM
Origin Ver 2023b
I plot a box-whisker plot, and set the y axis to be maxima of 100.
The error bar upper bound (mean + 1 * sd) exceeds the maxima, so it does not show in the figure in Origin. I copied the figure by Ctrl + J to a PPT, it is not shown in the PPT, either. But, when I save the PPT to PDF by "Saving as Adobe PDF" button in PPT. The error bar is shown exceeding the upper bound in the figure.
It looks like this in PPT/Origin.

But it looks like this in PDF

How to make the exceeded parts of the Error bar not display in PDF?
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taoli9856 Posted - 11/29/2023 : 01:59:19 AM
It works, thank you.
Originally posted by minimax

Hi taoli9856,

Would you mind to try if following FAQ helps?

minimax Posted - 11/28/2023 : 11:59:29 PM
Hi taoli9856,

Would you mind to try if following FAQ helps?

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