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Really count on your help here, as it seems like I tried everything already. Take a look at the graph: the last value label disappears (the location is right on the inner border of the graph, so the label simply doesn't fit).

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I know that a possible solution would be editing min and max values of the vertical scale, however, the values of this graph change significantly based on a selection from a dropdown list, so basically no fixed min and max values would be helpful.

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  • can you share a copy of your sheet?
    – user0
    Jul 23, 2018 at 20:45

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This is a known (and so far unsolved) Google Sheets bug. A workaround consists on adding an additional series with a single line and then making it invisible. The number associated with such line must be e.g. 101% of the biggest number of both (bars and lines) series.

The picture in this answer portrays this formula: =1.01*LARGE(B2:C5,1)

Therefore, no matter how big are the numbers in the B2:C5 range (this range is the one used as the data source for the series of the graph's bars and lines), the function LARGE will always pick the biggest one (the parameter 1 means "pick the largest number from the B2:C5 range) and then such biggest number will be multiplied by 1.01 (i.e. it will be increased by 1%) and the resulting number will be recorded in D2.

This causes the graph to have 1 series of bars and 2 series of lines, but the second series ("extra line") has only 1 point (the number recorded at D2) and such point will always be the tallest one: no matter how high the first line series goes, the unique point in this second line series will always go 1% higher.

After you do this, just select such "extra line" series and then modify its color to e.g. white, so it becomes invisible.

sample graph

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    Hey google, this issue still exists, kindly fix it. Oct 8, 2021 at 4:50
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My alternative is;

  1. right click on the chart
  2. Edit "Chart Area", and drag the side which is getting truncated a little more

That's it, this worked for me.

Seems by default how google is fixing the chart area seems, it is a few points lesser than actually visibly required.

Before and After, expanding chart area:

Default, Before expanding chart area After expanding chart area

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