|Unit as UnitEnum||An UnitEnum expression that indicates the time unit|
|String||A String expression that includes the format of the label.|
The Label property supports alternative HTML labels being separated by "<|>" and values for Count and Unit being separated by "<||>". By alternate HTML label we mean that you can define a list of HTML labels that may be displayed in the chart's header based on the space allocated for the time-unit. In other words, the control chooses automatically the alternate HTML label to be displayed for best fitting in the portion of the chart where the time-unit should be shown.
The Label property format is "ALT1[<|>ALT2<|>...[<||>COUNT[<||>UNIT]]]" where
The Label property supports the following built-in tags:
The following tags are displayed based on the user's Regional and Language Options:
The Label property supports the following built-in HTML tags:
Also, newer HTML format supports decorative text like follows:
or "<font ;31><sha 404040;5;0><fgcolor=FFFFFF>outline anti-aliasing</fgcolor></sha></font>" gets:
The Label property may be a combination of any of these tags. For instance, the "<b><%mmm%></b> <%d%>, '<%yy%>" displays a date like: "May 29,'05".
By default, the Label property is:
For instance the Label(exWeek) is "<|><%ww%><|><%m3%> <%d%>, '<%yy%><r><%ww%><|><%mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%><r><%ww%><||><||>256" which means that if a level's unit is set on exWeek it may display one of the following alternate labels: