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Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Reposition and Hide Axis Labels

Do you like the default positions where PowerPoint places your axis labels? Yes, we do believe that the defaults do work best because audiences expect these labels to exist at these familiar locations. However, there may be times when you probably don’t even need labels for your axes — or you may want them placed in another location so that your charts look cleaner. Whatever your purpose may be, it is indeed possible to change the position of axis labels vis-à-vis the axis.

Learn how to hide the axis labels and also how to reposition them in PowerPoint 2013.

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