Graphing in version 16.28 for mac

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Mac excel v 16.28 establishes a whole new 'easy' graphing protocol. For those of us who like some modicum of control as to how graphs look, is there any written source ... detailed, not 'for dummies ... that explains this new approach.  In my case, my line graph includes negatives and positives. Excel insists on running the x-axis labels along the zero line, obscuring important data points. I just need to move the @#$$ legend to the bottom of the graph, where it belongs in the first place.

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