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If I create, say, 6 different charts for each of, say, 10 securities in one workbook is it possible to gather the 6 charts for each security in a sub-folder within the workbook that could be contracted (at the individual security level) and expanded (to list for selection all charts for an individual security) as an alternative to listing 60 individual charts in the workbook? Other variations on this concept might be pertinent such as gathering the 10 securities in a sub-folder all with the same chart profile, then another sub-folder with the 10 securities all with the next chart profile, and so on. Thanks.
Have you thought about using a watchlist and chart layouts? Have a look at this video https://www.optuma.com/videos/optuma-101-16-chart-layouts/ while there is only one chart being used. you could have 6 charts with each having its own layout.
All the best
Thanks Mathew. I’ll check that out.
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