The data region is the area in which the data are displayed. The data region is in front of the figure region. A graph layout can include several data regions. Pie charts and 3D charts do not have data regions.
A graph's true size is its dimensions when you print it, append it to the ReportPad™, or copy it into a different application. For better print quality, increase the true size of a graph instead of resizing it by dragging.
To print a graph at its true size, with the graph active, choose , and deselect Scale to paper size. Then, choose .
To change the default true size, window size, or zoomed size for all subsequent graphs, choose , then specify the new default size.
To change the location and size of the figure region, double-click the graph region or the figure region. On the Figure Location tab, specify the location of the figure region relative to the graph region. The location values range from 0 to 1 in each direction, with the initial value of x at the left edge of the graph region and the initial value of y at the bottom of the graph region.
You can drag a corner or an edge of the data region to change its size. You can also drag the data region to a different location on the graph.
The figure region, which is in front of the graph region and behind the data region, is transparent by default.