Dear Team,

This is example of set of table and graph produced in the Excel. Is there a way to do this static graph in ProcessBook?.. Does it need to use AF?

Best Regards,

Dear Team,

This is example of set of table and graph produced in the Excel. Is there a way to do this static graph in ProcessBook?.. Does it need to use AF?

Best Regards,

Hi Kelsey,

Right now, I'm using ODBC Data Set from the Excel Worksheet. I try to combine the static x-y plot with the dynamic plot. I put the background to none on the dynamic plot and I put it on top of the static plot. My new problem right now is that I have to do something to make both of the plot zoom together if we double-click.

Thank you for the information.

Hi Mohd,

I would strongly recommend doing this through AF.

If you're set on not doing it through AF, then there are a few options that people tend to use for static data like this:

1. ODBC Data Set where you are using something like a Microsoft (32 -bit) ODBC Driver for Excel to query the data in Excel and trend it in ProcessBook

2. Embed the Excel sheet itself into ProcessBook using an OLE Object

3. Screenshot the data/trend in Excel and paste the image into ProcessBook

Let me know if you'd like more information on any of these options,

Kelsey