Gridlines are the lines that span wide and tall within the chart’s Plot Area. These Horizontal and Vertical gridlines originate from the axes, which makes the data easier to comprehend for the viewer. Gridlines may emerge from both the horizontal and vertical axes, although by default you can see only Horizontal gridlines on the chart.
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