Is it possible to add more y-axis labels when making a graph in Illustrator?


Question

I'm trying to use Illustrator to recreate a line graph I was given. The problem I'm having is that when I use the graph tool in Illustrator, I can't seem to find any option for increasing the number of divisions on the Y-axis.

This is the original: Line Graph with several Y-labels

And this is what I have so far in Illustrator (I haven't ungrouped it to start the actual design yet): Line graph with too few Y-labels

What I want to do is increase the number of labels on the Y-axis so that they're more similar to the original. I know I can ungroup and manually add the labels, but I'd much rather it be done procedurally to minimize human error.

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4/7/2016 9:50:00 PM

Actually just click on the graph, and on the bottom right you should see "Graph Type" under "Quick Options". Click on it and at the "Graph Options" dropdown menu, select "Value Axis". Then you can feel free to overwrite the default range.

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3/2/2019 7:50:00 AM

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