Last Update: 4/19/2019
A single graph layer is made up of 4 axes (left Y, bottom X, right Y and top X). By default only bottom and left axes show. Here are different ways to show top and right axis.
You can also hold the CTRL key down and select more than one theme and then right click and select the Combine context menu item. This will combine the chosen themes and create a new theme. You can then suitably name that theme and then right click and set that theme as your system theme.
Or you can create a graph theme with top and right axes on and set it as system theme. E.g plot a simple graph. Turn the top and right axes on first. Then click within layer to select the layer frame. Right click and choose Save Format as Theme. In Theme Organizer, set it as system theme. Many layer properties are saved in the theme which are not related to show top and right axes. It may be hard for you to edit the theme so it may not work for all cases.
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