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The spacing of graphs on the top row of report seems to be goverened by a long leftmost list on the bottom row.

This allows for too much space between the top row graphs.
Can this be controleed so that the top row graphs are closer together?
Pyrite | Level 9
Typically each of the graphs would be in their own cells in the top row. If the list is the only object in the 2nd row of cells, you can merge the cells in the second row so the list is able to span as far as it needs to. Then the cells the graphs occupy will snap back to the width that is required by the graphs.
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No joy. But if I place the long list in the 2nd cell on the bottom, the top graphs align better.



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