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Plot By = xl Rows Next Next Simply redefined the Source Data range. Paste 'Reposition to original position Active Chart. All worked fine in Excel 2003, but in Excel 2007 the chart seems to lose all connection to its data, although manually changing data values in two column triggered a recalc. Refresh i Count = i Count 1 Next co End If If Not chrt Is Nothing Then chrt. On the dashboard, there are some pie charts with data series tied to cells which contain these named ranges (the problem also occurs if the data series target cells contain the UDFs directly, bypassing the named ranges).

Programatically I inserted the following into a Macro that I linked a button to, it refreshes all of my charts quick enough for a workaround to a known bug. The best explanation I have been able to find so far is this: If I understood it right, if there are more than 65536 formulas that have another cell as a reference in your file, Excel starts to optimize the calculation and in some cases graphs don't update correctly anymore. It had the Private Sub Worksheet_Calculate() 'Recalculate the charts data page to force the charts to update. Maybe this helps As i tried pretty much ALL the presented solutions and since none worked in my case, I'll add my two cents here as well. The consensus on this issue seems to be that we need to somehow force excel to redraw the graph since it is not doing it when it should. I just had the same problem, and also found that the line would only display if I put in bad data (characters instead of numbers).

The Enterprise version of Share Point 2010 has a Chart Web Part under the Business Data category, and is a very simple OOTB solution for this.

It can connect to any list on your site and, while it won't automatically refresh if you're viewing it when someone else modifies an item in the connected list, it does generate the chart in realtime whenever you load the page.

If Power Point is not yet running, it starts automatically.

If it's a named range, that could conceivably be reasonably clean. My solution has been to make all charts on the active sheet invisible before the change in data, then make them visible again and call chart refresh for good measure. I change a cell value which contains, for example, the date range to base the dashboard on, and the named ranges and UDFs are forced to calculate. Power BI advertises as one of its features the ability to schedule data refresh.Since that's a feature that you have to pay for, I didn't think it was available elsewhere...You could either build a web part and use the CSOM or SPServices to populate the graph with the list data.You could also use a CEWP and do the same thing, but I would recommend creating a web part to handle your graphs.It cuts the root cause of the problem (I assume): the series data is getting cached in the chart. Also, I'm not really sure why this works; I suppose when Wrap Text changes one property of the data range it makes the graph update, although I have no documentation on this. Programmatically, I added this after generating charts : Ok I have a solution, really.... I did notice, however, that every time I made a change in the code my dashboard worked. The setting of Enable Events and xl Manual keeps infinite recalc loops and other event problems from occurring. I tried just about everything on this thread with no luck.