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Excel Services / Web Access Line Chart Rendering

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 23, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
I have noticed in beta 2 that line charts are significantly pixelated / low res when the chart is rendered via Excel Services / Web Access, as compared to how the full Excel client renderes it.  Has this been fixed in the production release of Sharepoint 2010?  If not, are there any plans to improve this later? Our user community likes almost everything else but this about Excel Serivces. Unfortunately, the lack of presentation quality line charts in Excel Services maybe enough to disqualify our wide spread adoption of this great tool.  Help!


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