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How to place a grid having bubbles next to MS Chart

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 15, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Hi All, I have a MS Horizontal Bar Chart with me, i had to place three bubbles for every bar next to the chart(clicking on a bubble has some functionality associated with it), for achieving it I am placing a grid before the MS Chart and placing the bubbles in three different columns in form of buttons. But the real problem is coming when I had to scroll the bar chart & at the same time i had to scroll the grid having bubbles in it.   Kindly suggest a better way to achieve it. 


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