You can fix cells that contain multiple point entries.
About this task
When a point cell contains more than one point, or if there are multiple trends applied to that point, the point text in the cell is blue. When you widen the point column, you can see all of the points. A semicolon separates the points from one another. You can also double-click the cell to display the point list. You can then select one of the points from this list and navigate to the point in the Project Tree View and the All Objects tab in the Data Source window. If the point names are the same, this indicates that there are duplicate trends. Select the most appropriate trend, which is usually the first one.
- Right-click the point cell and choose Select Single Point to select the point you want to remain active. This action removes other points.
To fix multiple cells that contain duplicate points, complete the following steps:
- Examine the points found for the point cell and determine why more than one filter matches more than one point.
- Update the filters and highlight the cells.
- Right-click and select Start Population for Selected Cells.