By Michele Hart
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
NOTE: If you don't see what you need on this page, use the Reports section of the Table of Contents to the left.
No need to crowd your report pages. If you need more room, add a new page.
How do you want your report pages to be viewed? Set rendering rules, display ratios, and absolute page sizes (in pixels).
Create visualizations on the pages of your report.
There are many ways to filter and highlight data in reports. In Editing View, you can add filters to a page and when you share your dashboard, your viewers can interact with the filters in Reading View.
Report pages can be deleted, even if they're not blank.
Don't like the name of the report? Rename it.
Save your report so you can use it again and share it with colleagues. The name of the saved report is added to your Power BI navigation pane.
See share a dashboard.
Don't need the report any more? Delete it.
Read more about reports in Power BI
Go back to Power BI report Reading View
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