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A symmetry line is a group of lines that are placed equidistant from one another. The 0 line is placed first. Then either from the right or left of the 0 line, the symmetry lines can be pulled to place them equidistant from the center.
To draw a symmetry line object, select the object from the Chart Objects Pane and drop it on to an open chart.
There are appearance aspects of this object that can be changed in the Properties Pane.
Color Changes the color of the object.
Smoothing Mode Sets the drawing type of this object. Default draws a normal line. Anti-alias draws a smoother line at the expense of drawing performance.
Width This sets the size of the pen used to draw the outline of this object. A larger number indicates a thicker line.
Transparency The level of transparency given to this object. Valid numbers are 0-255, where 0 is invisible or completely transparent and 255 indicates no transparency.
Line Alignment Specifies the alignment of the line in relation to the chart edges.
Line Text Specifies the format of the line number text.
Open End Indicates whether or not the end lines are open, or will continue until the end of the chart.
Open Start Indicates whether or not the start lines are open, or will continue until the beginning of the chart.
Text Alignment The alignment of the text relative to the line.
Text Color The color of the line text.
Text Font The font used to draw the line text.