Excel charts are one of the awesome tools available to represent the data in rich visualized graphs. Here are the most frequently used Excel Chart VBA Examples and Tutorials. You can access chart objects, properties and dealing with the methods.
Excel Chart VBA Examples and Tutorials

Here are the top most Excel Chart VBA Examples and Tutorials, show you how to deal with chart axis, chart titles, background colors,chart data source, chart types, series and many other chart objects.

Excel Chart VBA Examples and Tutorials – Learning Path

Excel Chart VBA Examples and Tutorials – Creating Charts using Excel VBA:

We can create the chart using different methods in Excel VBA, following are the various Excel Chart VBA Examples and Tutorials to show you creating charts in Excel using VBA.

1. Adding New Chart for Selected Data using Sapes.AddChart Method in Excel VBA

The following Excel Chart VBA Examples works similarly when we select some data and click on charts from Insert Menu and to create a new chart. This will create basic chart in an existing worksheet.


Sub ExAddingNewChartforSelectedData_Sapes_AddChart_Method()
Range("C5:D7").Select
ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddChart.Select
End Sub

2. Adding New Chart for Selected Data using Charts.Add Method : Creating Chart Sheet in Excel VBA

The following Excel Chart VBA Examples method will add new chart into new worksheet by default. You can specify a location to embedded in a particular worksheet.


'Here is the other method to add charts using Chart Object. It will add a new chart for the selected data as new chart sheet.
Sub ExAddingNewChartforSelectedData_Charts_Add_Method_SheetChart()
Range("C5:D7").Select
Charts.Add
End Sub

3. Adding New Chart for Selected Data using Charts.Add Method : In Existing Sheet using Excel VBA

We can use the Charts.Add method to create a chart in existing worksheet. We can specify the position and location as shown below. This will create a new chart in a specific worksheet.


Sub ExAddingNewChartforSelectedData_Charts_Add_Method_InSheet()

Range("C5:D7").Select
Charts.Add
ActiveChart.Location Where:=xlLocationAsObject, Name:="Sheet1"

End Sub

4. Difference between embedded Chart and Chart Sheet in Excel:

Both are similar except event handlers, Chart Sheets will have the event handlers,we can write event programming for Chart Sheets. And the other type embedded charts can not support the event handlers. We can write classes to handle the events for the embedded chart, but not recommended.

We have seen multiple methods to create charts, but we cant set the chart at particular position using the above codes. You can use the ChartObjects.Add method to specify the position of the chart.

5. Adding New Chart for Selected Data using ChartObjects.Add Method in Excel VBA

ChartObjects.Add method is the best method as it is very easy to play with the chart objects to change the settings.


Sub ExAddingNewChartforSelectedData_ChartObjects_Add_Method()
With ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
End With
End Sub

6. Assigning Charts to an Object in Excel VBA

Here is another Excel Chart VBA Examples with ChartObjects, here we will assign to an Object and play with that.


Sub ExAddingNewChartforSelectedData_ChartObjects_Object()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
cht.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
End Sub

7. Changing the Chart Position in Excel VBA

The following VBA example will show you how to change the chart position.

Sub ExAddingNewChartforSelectedData_Object_Position()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
cht.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
cht.Left = 350
cht.Width = 400
cht.Top = 30
cht.Height = 200
End Sub

8. Align Chart Object at a Particular Range or Cell in Excel VBA

You can set the top,left, height and width properties of a chart object to align in a particular position.


Sub AlignChartAtParticularRange()
' Chart Align

With ActiveSheet.ChartObjects(1)
.Left = Range("A6").Left
.Top = Range("A7").Top
.Width = Range("D6").Left
.Height = Range("D16").Top - Range("D6").Top
End With

End Sub

9. Use with statement while dealing with Charts and avoid the accessing the same object repeatedly in Excel VBA

If you are dealing with the same object, it is better to use with statement. It will make the program more clear to understand and executes faster.


Sub ExChartPostion_Object_Position()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Left = 350
.Width = 400
.Top = 30
.Height = 200
End With
End Sub

10. You can use ActiveChart Object to access the active chart in Excel VBA

Active chart is the chart which is currently selected or activated in your active sheet.


Sub ExChartPostion_ActiveChart()
ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300).Activate
With ActiveChart
.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Parent.Left = 350
.Parent.Width = 400
.Parent.Top = 30
.Parent.Height = 200
End With
End Sub

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Excel Chart VBA Examples and Tutorials – Setting Chart Types using Excel VBA:

We have verity of chart in Excel, we can use VBA to change and set the suitable chart type based on the data which we want to present. Below are the Excel Chart VBA Examples and Tutorials to change the chart type.

We can use Chart.Type property to set the chart type, here we can pass Excel chart constants or chart enumerations to set the chart type. Please refer the following table to understand the excel constants and enumerations.

11. Example to Change Chart type using Excel Chart Enumerations in Excel VBA

This Excel Chart VBA Example will use 1 as excel enumeration to plot the Aria Chart. Please check here list of enumerations available for Excel VBA Charting


Sub Ex_ChartType_Enumeration()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = 1 ' for aria chart
End With
End Sub

12. Example to Change Chart type using Excel Chart Constants in VBA

This Excel Chart VBA Example will use xlArea as excel constant to plot the Aria Chart. Please check here for list of enumerations available in Excel VBA Charting


Sub Ex_ChartType_xlConstant()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = xlArea
End With
End Sub

xlConstants is recommended than Excel Enumeration, as it is easy to understand and remember. Following are frequently used chart type examples:

13. Example to set the type as a Pie Chart in Excel VBA

The following VBA code using xlPie constant to plot the Pie chart. Please check here for list of enumerations available in Excel VBA Charting


Sub Ex_ChartType_Pie_Chart()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = xlPie
End With
End Sub

14. Example to set the chart type as a Line Chart in Excel VBA

The following VBA code using xlLine constant to plot the Pie chart. Please check here for list of enumerations available in Excel VBA Charting


Sub Ex_ChartType_Line_Chart()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = xlLine
End With
End Sub

15. Example to set the chart type as a Bar Chart in Excel VBA

The following VBA code using xlBar constant to plot the Pie chart. Please check here for list of enumerations available in Excel VBA Charting


Sub Ex_ChartType_Bar_Chart()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = xlBar
End With
End Sub

16. Example to set the chart type as a XYScatter Chart in Excel VBA

The following code using xlXYScatter constant to plot the Pie chart. Please check here for list of enumerations available in Excel VBA Charting


Sub Ex_ChartType_XYScatter_Chart()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = xlXYScatter
End With
End Sub

Here is the complete list of Excel Chart Types, Chart Enumerations and Chart Constants:

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Excel Chart VBA Examples and Tutorials – Formatting Chart Objects using Excel VBA:

Below are Excel Chart VBA Examples to show you how to change background colors of charts, series and changing the different properties of charts like Chart Legends, Line Styles, Number Formatting. You can also find the examples on Chart Axis and Chart Axes Setting and Number Formats.

17. Changing Chart Background Color – Chart Aria Interior Color in Excel VBA

The following VBA code will change the background color of the Excel Chart.


Sub Ex_ChartAriaInteriorColor()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.ChartArea.Interior.ColorIndex = 3
End With
End Sub

18. Changing PlotAria Background Color – PlotAria Interior Color in Excel VBA

The following code will change the background color of Plot Area in Excel VBA.


Sub Ex_PlotAriaInteriorColor()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.PlotArea.Interior.ColorIndex = 5
End With
End Sub

19.Changing Chart Series Background Color – Series Interior Color in Excel VBA

The following code is for changing the background color of a series using Excel VBA.

Sub Ex_SeriesInteriorColor()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.SeriesCollection(1).Format.Fill.ForeColor.RGB = rgbRed
.Chart.SeriesCollection(2).Interior.ColorIndex = 5

End With
End Sub

20. Changing Chart Series Marker Style in Excel VBA

Here is the code to change the series marker style using Excel VBA, you can change to circle, diamond, square,etc. Check the excel constants and enumerations for more options available in excel vba.


Sub Ex_ChangingMarkerStyle()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = xlLine
.Chart.SeriesCollection(1).MarkerStyle = 7
End With
End Sub

21. Changing Chart Series Line Style in Excel VBA

Here is the code to change the line color using Excel VBA, it will change the line style from solid to dash. Check the excel constants for more options.


Sub Ex_ChangingLineStyle()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = xlLine
.Chart.SeriesCollection(1).Border.LineStyle = xlDash
End With
End Sub

22. Changing Chart Series Border Color in Excel VBA

Here is the code for changing series borders in Excel VBA.


Sub Ex_ChangingBorderColor()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = xlBar
.Chart.SeriesCollection(1).Border.ColorIndex = 3
End With
End Sub

23. Change Chart Axis NumberFormat in Excel VBA

This code will change the chart axis number format using excel vba.


Sub Ex_ChangeAxisNumberFormat()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = xlLine
.Chart.Axes(xlValue).TickLabels.NumberFormat = "0.00"
End With
End Sub

24. Formatting Axis Labels: Changing Axis Font to Bold using Excel VBA

The following example is for formating Axis labels using Excel VBA.


Sub Ex_ChangeAxisFormatFontBold()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = xlLine
.Chart.Axes(xlCategory).TickLabels.Font.FontStyle = "Bold"
End With
End Sub

25. Two Y-axes Left and Right of Charts(Primary Axis and Secondary Axis) using Excel VBA

This code will set the series 2 into secondary Axis using Excel VBA.


Sub Ex_ChangeAxistoSecondary()
Dim cht As Object
Set cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=300, Width:=300, Top:=10, Height:=300)
With cht
.Chart.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7")
.Chart.Type = xlLine
.Chart.SeriesCollection(2).AxisGroup = 2
End With
End Sub

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Excel Chart VBA Examples and Tutorials – Chart Collection in Excel VBA

You can use ChartObject Collection to loop through the all charts in worksheet or workbook using Excel VBA. And do whatever you want to do with that particular chart. Here are Excel Chart VBA Examples to deal with Charts using VBA.

26. Set equal widths and heights for all charts available in a Worksheet using Excel VBA

Following is the Excel VBA code to change the chart width and height.


Sub Ex_ChartCollections_Change_widths_heights()
Dim cht As Object
For Each cht In ActiveSheet.ChartObjects
cht.Width = 400
cht.Height = 200
Next

End Sub

27. Delete All Charts in a Worksheet using Excel VBA

Following is the Excel VBA example to delete all charts in worksheet.


Sub Ex_DeleteAllCharts()
Dim cht As Object
For Each cht In ActiveSheet.ChartObjects
cht.Delete
Next

End Sub

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Excel Chart VBA Examples and Tutorials – Other useful Examples and tutorials on Excel VBA Charting

28. Set Chart Data Source using Excel VBA

Below is the Excel Chart VBA Example to set the chart data source. You can set it by using .SetSourceData Source property of a chart


Sub Ex_ChartDataSource()

Dim cht As Chart

'Add new chart
ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddChart.Select
With ActiveChart
'Specify source data and orientation
.SetSourceData Source:=Sheet1.Range("A1:C5")
End With

End Sub

29. Swap or Switch Rows and Columns in Excel Charts using VBA

Here is the excel VBA code to swap the Rows to Columns.

Sub Ex_SwitchRowsColumns()

Dim cht As Chart

'Add new chart
ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddChart.Select
With ActiveChart
'Specify source data and orientation
.SetSourceData Source:=Sheets("Temp").Range("C5:D7"), PlotBy:=xlRows ' you can use xlColumns to swith it
End With

End Sub

30. Set Chart Data Labels and Legends using Excel VBA

You can set Chart Data Labels and Legends by using SetElement property in Excl VBA


Sub Ex_AddDataLabels()

Dim cht As Chart

'Add new chart
ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddChart.Select
With ActiveChart
'Specify source data and orientation
.SetSourceData Source:=Sheet1.Range("A1:B5"), PlotBy:=xlColumns
'Set Chart type
.ChartType = xlPie
'set data label at center
.SetElement (msoElementDataLabelCenter)
'set legend at bottom
.SetElement (msoElementLegendBottom)
End With
End Sub

31. Changing Axis Titles of a Chart in Excel VBA

Following is the code to change the chart Axis titles using Excel VBA..


Sub Ex_ChangeAxisTitles()
activechart.chartobjects(1).activate
ActiveChart.Axes(xlCategory).HasTitle = True
ActiveChart.Axes(xlCategory).AxisTitle.Text = "Quarter"

ActiveChart.Axes(xlValue).HasTitle = True
ActiveChart.Axes(xlValue).AxisTitle.Text = "Sales"

End Sub

32. Change Titles of a Chart using Excel VBA

Following is the code to change the chart titles using Excel VBA..


Sub Ex_ChangeChartTitles()
ActiveSheet.ChartObjects(1).Activate
ActiveChart.HasTitle = True
ActiveChart.ChartTitle.Text = "Overal Summary"

End Sub

33. Send an Excel Chart to an Outlook email using VBA

Download Example File:
ANALYSIS TABS – SendExcelChartToOutLook.xlsm

Following is the code to Send an Excel Chart to an Outlook email using VBA.


Sub SendChartThroughMail()
'Add refernce to Microsoft Outlook object Library

Dim olMail As MailItem
Dim objOL As Object
Dim sImgPath As String

Dim sHi As String
Dim sBody As String
Dim sThanks As String

' Saving chart as image
sImgPath = ThisWorkbook.Path & "\Temp_" & Format(Now(), "DD_MM_YY_HH_MM_SS") & ".bmp"
Sheets("Sheet1").ChartObjects(1).Chart.Export sImgPath

'creating html body with image
sHi = "<font size='3' color='black'>" & "Hi," & "<br> <br>" & "Here is the required solution: " & "<br> <br> </font>"

sBody = "<p align='Left'><img src=""cid:" & Mid(sImgPath, InStrRev(sImgPath, "\") + 1) & """ width=400 height=300 > <br> <br>"

sThanks = "<font size='3'>" & "Many thanks - ANALYSISTABS.COM <br>The Complete Reference For Analyst <br> website:<A HREF=""http://www.analysistabs.com""> analysistabs.com</A>" & "<br> <br> </font>"

'sending the email

Set objOL = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
Set olMail = objOL.CreateItem(olMailItem)

With olMail
.To = "youremail@orgdomain.com"
.Subject = "ANALYSISTABS.COM: Test Mail with chart"
.Attachments.Add sImgPath
.HTMLBody = sHi & sBody & sThanks
.Display
End With

'Delete the saved chart
Kill sImgPath

'Free-up the objects
Set olMail = Nothing
Set olApp = Nothing

End Sub

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List of Excel Charting Constants and Enumerations for VBA

Chart Types, Constants and Enumerations
CHART TYPEVBA CONSTANTVALUE

AREA Charts

AREAxlArea 1
STACKED AREAxlAreaStacked 76
100% STACKED AREAxlAreaStacked100 77
3D AREAxl3DArea -4098
3D STACKED AREAxl3DAreaStacked 78
3D 100% STACKED AREAxl3DAreaStacked100 79

BAR Charts

3D CLUSTERED BARxl3DBarClustered 60
3D STACKED BARxl3DBarStacked 61
3D 100% STACKED BARxl3DBarStacked100 62
CLUSTERED BARxlBarClustered 57
STACKED BARxlBarStacked 58
100% STACKED BARxlBarStacked100 59
CLUSTERED CONE BARxlConeBarClustered 102
STACKED CONE BARxlConeBarStacked 103
100% STACKED CONE BARxlConeBarStacked100 104
CLUSTERED CYLINDER BARxlCylinderBarClustered 95
STACKED CYLINDER BARxlCylinderBarStacked 96
100% STACKED CYLINDER BARxlCylinderBarStacked100 97
CLUSTERED PYRAMID BARxlPyramidBarClustered 109
STACKED PYRAMID BARxlPyramidBarStacked 110
100% STACKED PYRAMID BARxlPyramidBarStacked100 111
BUBBLE Charts  
3D BUBBLE, BUBBLE WITH 3D EFFECTSxlBubble3DEffect 87
BUBBLExlBubble 15

COLUMN Charts

3D CLUSTERED COLUMNxl3DColumnClustered 54
3D COLUMNxl3DColumn -4100
3D CONE COLUMNxlConeCol 105
3D CYLINDER COLUMNxlCylinderCol 98
3D PYRAMID COLUMNxlPyramidCol 112
3D STACKED COLUMNxl3DColumnStacked 55
3D 100% STACKED COLUMNxl3DColumnStacked100 56
CLUSTERED COLUMNxlColumnClustered 51
STACKED COLUMNxlColumnStacked 52
100% STACKED COLUMNxlColumnStacked100 53
CLUSTERED CONE COLUMNxlConeColClustered 99
STACKED CONE COLUMNxlConeColStacked 100
100% STACKED CONE COLUMNxlConeColStacked100 101
CLUSTERED CYLINDER COLUMNxlCylinderColClustered 92
STACKED CYLINDER COLUMNxlCylinderColStacked 93
100% STACKED CYLINDER COLUMNxlCylinderColStacked100 94
CLUSTERED PYRAMID COLUMNxlPyramidColClustered 106
STACKED PYRAMID COLUMNxlPyramidColStacked 107
100% STACKED PYRAMID COLUMNxlPyramidColStacked100 108

DOUGHNUT Charts

DOUGHNUTxlDoughnut -4120
EXPLODED DOUGHNUTxlDoughnutExploded 80

LINE Charts

3D LINExl3DLine -4101
LINExlLine 4
LINE WITH MARKERSxlLineMarkers 65
STACKED LINExlLineStacked 63
100% STACKED LINExlLineStacked100 64
STACKED LINE WITH MARKERSxlLineMarkersStacked 66
100% STACKED LINE WITH MARKERSxlLineMarkersStacked100 67

PIE Charts

3D PIExl3DPie -4102
3D EXPLODED PIExl3DPieExploded 70
BAR OF PIExlBarOfPie 71
EXPLODED PIExlPieExploded 69
PIExlPie 5
PIE OF PIExlPieOfPie 68

RADAR Charts

RADARxlRadar -4151
FILLED RADARxlRadarFilled 82
RADAR WITH DATA MARKERSxlRadarMarkers 81

SCATTER Charts

SCATTERxlXYScatter -4169
SCATTER WITH LINESxlXYScatterLines 74
SCATTER WITH LINES AND NO DATA MARKERSxlXYScatterLinesNoMarkers 75
SCATTER WITH SMOOTH LINESxlXYScatterSmooth 72
SCATTER WITH SMOOTH LINES AND NO DATA MARKERSxlXYScatterSmoothNoMarkers 73

STOCK Charts

STOCK HLC (HIGH-LOW-CLOSE)xlStockHLC 88
STOCK OHLC (OPEN-HIGH-LOW-CLOSE)xlStockOHLC 89
STOCK VHLC (VOLUME-HIGH-LOW-CLOSE)xlStockVHLC 90
STOCK VOHLC (VOLUME-OPEN-HIGH-LOW-CLOSE)xlStockVOHLC 91

SURFACE Charts

3D SURFACExlSurface 83
3D SURFACE WIREFRAMExlSurfaceWireframe 84
SURFACE TOP VIEWxlSurfaceTopView 85
SURFACE TOP VIEW WIREFRAMExlSurfaceTopViewWireframe 86

Marker Styles, Constants and Enumerations
Marker StylesNameValue
Automatic markersxlMarkerStyleAutomatic -4105
Circular markersxlMarkerStyleCircle 8
Long bar markersxlMarkerStyleDash -4115
Diamond-shaped markersxlMarkerStyleDiamond 2
Short bar markersxlMarkerStyleDot -4118
No markersxlMarkerStyleNone -4142
Picture markersxlMarkerStylePicture -4147
Square markers with a plus signxlMarkerStylePlus 9
Square markersxlMarkerStyleSquare 1
Square markers with an asteriskxlMarkerStyleStar 5
Triangular markersxlMarkerStyleTriangle 3
Square markers with an XxlMarkerStyleX -4168
Line Styles, Constants and Enumerations
Line StyleValue
xlContinuous1
xlDash-4115
xlDashDot4
xlDashDotDot5
xlDot-4118
xlDouble-4119
xlLineStyleNone-4142
xlSlantDashDot13

Example file to Download

You can download the example file and have a look into the working codes.
ANALYSISTABS- Chart VBA Examples

Reference:
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