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Hello, I have a question regarding this:

eC.SeriesCollection(1).Value = eS.Range('B1:B50');
eC.SeriesCollection(1).XValue = eS.Range('A1:A50');

The first line indicates the range for y-values and the second line for x-values.

My Question:
Is there a way, with ActiveX to select y-values over multuiple columns? For example: how can the y-range be set as B1:F50?