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Sometimes you may want to bring a printed report or dashboard to a meeting, or so you can share it with others. With Power BI, there are a few days you can make printouts of your visuals.

In the Power BI service, select the ellipses (three dots) in the top-right side of the service, and select Print dashboard.

A Print dialog appears, where you can select the printer to which you want to send the dashboard, as well as standard print options such as portrait or landscape orientation.

Export data from a visual

You can also export the data from any visual in the Power BI service. Just select the ellipses on any visual, and then select the Export data button (the middle button). When you do so, a .CSV file is created and downloaded to your local computer, and a message appears on your browser (just like any other browser-initiated download) letting you know the download is complete.

You can also print or export directly from a report. When viewing a report in the Power BI service, select File > Print to open the print dialog.

And just like with a dashboard, you can export data from a visual within a report, too, by selecting the export button on a visual.

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