Some folks had questions about how we built the slicer panel in Power BI from a previous video. In this video, Adam walks you through how to do exactly that in Power BI Desktop.
Patrick looks at how you can add a link to your Power BI Paginated report and open a Power BI report while passing filters over to explore data.
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Patrick finishes his look at Paginated Reports in Power BI. He shows you how to create sparklines, indicators and conditional formatting within the Paginated Report using Report Builder.
We've got 5 things you might not know about Power BI. These are little things that are great for folks just starting out with Power BI, or maybe you've used Power BI for a while [...]
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