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Using drop lines with XY scatter chart

Using drop lines with XY scatter chart

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I want to use the drop lines with a XY scatter chart, but unfortunately that option is not available under 'Format Data Series'--'Options'.
I know that this drop line option is available with other chart types like 'Line', problem is I can't use the Line chart type since it can't correct
represent my data set.
I want a workable solution.

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