In some occasions, labels created with Microsoft Graph look distorted when the
Microsoft Graph object is embedded in PowerPoint. This is a plain Microsoft Graph
problem and has nothing to do with think-cell. The following screenshot
shows an example:
You can reproduce this error without think-cell by creating a Microsoft Graph chart in
PowerPoint. To do so, in PowerPoint, go to Insert →
Microsoft Graph Chart and hit
For virtual machines and remote desktop environments
Update virtualization software:
In some instances it may help to update your virtual machine or remote desktop software.
VMware Fusion to run Windows on the Mac:
If you use VMWare Fusion
to run Windows on the Mac, consider switching to
According to reports from our customers this problem does not exist with Parallels Desktop.
For regular PCs
Update graphics driver:
In some instances it may help to update (or reinstall) the graphics driver.
A list of support pages of popular computer manufacturers where you can
download the latest graphics driver can be found in article KB0051.
Re-install Microsoft Graph:
Maybe your installation of Microsoft Graph is corrupt. Please refer to KB0146
to fix this problem by uninstalling and reinstalling Microsoft Graph.
Change your screen-resolution to a resolution with 4:3 ratio
of horizontal and vertical pixels (e.g., 800×600, 1024×768, 1280×960, 1600×1200 pixels).
If you use multiple monitors, please disable the second monitor
and try out if the problem disappears.