Hi nck - thanks for the response, appreciated.
Should've mentioned, I'm very very new to SQL!
Here's the SQL of the query behind it currently -
SELECT Round(Avg([Pre-network information]),0)/4 AS [Pre-network information average], Round(Avg([Presentations]),0)/4 AS [Presentation average], Round(Avg([Delegate pack/handouts]),0)/4 AS [Delegate pack average], Round(Avg([Venue/facilities]),0)/4 AS [Venue average], Round(Avg([Overall]),0)/4 AS [Overall average]
So do I just put an 's' (or some random letter) in front of Presentations, Delegate pack/handouts etc.?
Edit - have found an alternative workaround which is putting a white rectangle over the text and then putting a text box over that with the text I want.
However as I've got loads of reports I want charts for this is going to be very time-consuming.
Surprised there's no simple way around it or am I missing something?
That "SumOfWhatever" notation that you are describing is usually what Access automatically names the Sum field when you create a GROUP BY query with the wizard. I would dare bet that somewhere you have a query that's driving your x-axis with "SumOfWhatever". Did you check the Row Source property of the chart? What is that?