Plot and Name Map Coordinates in Excel

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I have three columns: column A contains the name of the point (Point 1, Point 2, etc) column B contains the Easting(x) and column C contains the Northing(y).

I want to be able to format for 200 points but not have the blank points show in a legend.

I have tried to create x,y plots but seem to be required to enter each point separately. Additionally, it seems Excel wants to put each one in a legend, even if there is no data associated.

Is there a less tedious way to do so?  Thank you.

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Hi there!

Why not just sort the data so the empty values are on the bottom and then select the other values to be on the chart?

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Thank you for your response; however, my main issue is the graphing of the points themselves.  In completing the graph points there is the series name, the x value and series y value.  If each point is its own series with its own name, how can I enter the data in one entry rather than entering each one separately?  Is it possible without using vba?
Again thank you for the suggestion.
neo Mar 27, '17 at 9:45 am
Update your question and provide a sample file. I'm sure the solution is not difficult, but it'd be easier to see exactly whats going on.
cappymer1 (rep: 120) Mar 28, '17 at 5:58 am
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