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.NET Framework 4.5.2+

ChartLineOptions.Visible Property

Gets or sets a value indicating whether the specific lines are visible on a chart.

Namespace: DevExpress.Spreadsheet.Charts

Assembly: DevExpress.Spreadsheet.v21.2.Core.dll

Declaration

bool Visible { get; set; }

Property Value

Type Description
Boolean

true, to display the lines; otherwise, false.

Property Paths

You can access this nested property as listed below:

Object Type Path to Visible
Axis
.MinorGridlines.Visible
DataLabelOptions
.LeaderLines.Visible

Remarks

Use the Visible property to display or hide the major (Axis.MajorGridlines) and minor (Axis.MinorGridlines) gridlines, leader lines (DataLabelOptions.LeaderLines), drop lines (ChartView.DropLines), high-low lines (ChartView.HighLowLines), or series lines (ChartView.SeriesLines) on a chart.

Example

The example below demonstrates how to create a simple line chart and display major gridlines for the category axis and the minor gridlines for the value axis by setting the ChartLineOptions.Visible property to true.

Dim worksheet As Worksheet = workbook.Worksheets("chartTask5")
workbook.Worksheets.ActiveWorksheet = worksheet

' Create a chart and specify its location.
Dim chart As Chart = worksheet.Charts.Add(ChartType.Line, worksheet("B2:C8"))
chart.TopLeftCell = worksheet.Cells("F2")
chart.BottomRightCell = worksheet.Cells("L15")

' Display the major gridlines of the category axis.
chart.PrimaryAxes(0).MajorGridlines.Visible = True
' Display the minor gridlines of the value axis.
chart.PrimaryAxes(1).MinorGridlines.Visible = True

' Hide the legend.
chart.Legend.Visible = False

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