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Explore troubleshooting ideas for situations that can result when you customize, add a layer, or publish a paginated report with a map in Power BI Report Builder.
You can export a Power BI paginated report to another file format, like PowerPoint or PDF, using Power BI Report Builder.
Learn how to install the Template app that visualizes dataset activity from the Analysis Services.
Learn how to use the many built-in palettes in paginated reports for charts or define a custom palette of your own design in Power BI Report Builder.
Learn how to give a chart more visual impact using a border frame around the outside of the chart in Power BI paginated reports in Power BI Report Builder.
Get started using Microsoft Fabric with Power BI by creating a multidimensional model and creating a report.
Share and discover data using datamarts
Learn how to configure datamart tenant settings as the Power BI administrator.
Learn how to configure Power BI Metrics admin settings.
Learn how to configure Power BI user experience experiments admin settings.
Use the RowNumber function in Power BI Report Builder to return a running count of the number of rows in a paginated report for the specified scope.
Learn how the history feature works in the deployment pipelines, the Power BI Application lifecycle management (ALM) tool.
Learn about sharing Fabric metadata with Microsoft 365 services.
Learn how to export translations sheets in Translations Builder. Human translators use these .csv files as the source to localize Power BI reports.
Learn about translations sheets, which Translations Builder uses to export and import .csv files for human translators to use to localize Power BI reports.
Create, import, update, and assign multitenant workspaces in embedded analytics using service principal profiles.
This article provides recommendations for Power BI embedded analytics best practices for fast rendering.
You can set up a hierarchy for a scorecard and map the Power BI datasets referenced by your metrics to the hierarchy levels and owner fields, automatically creating a new scorecard view for each slice of your data.
Hierarchies are a big feature, and you may be wondering where to get started or how to use it in your organization. To help you, we’ve compiled a few useful scenarios.
Learn to explore the Retail Analysis sample with a decomposition tree in the Power BI service and Power BI Desktop.
Learn how to get insights about your datasets and dashboard tiles.
Learn how to delete almost anything from the Power BI service.
Learn how to create and add featured questions for the Power BI Q&A by using the Retail Analysis sample.
Learn how you can optimize a dashboard for mobile phones by creating a phone view with Power BI service.
Learn how Power BI self-service data preparation is about using dataflows to centralize data cleansing and transformation work.