Tag: Power BI Templates

Make Power BI Report Templates With PowerPoint

Make Power BI Report Templates With PowerPoint - Enterprise DNA

For today’s blog post, we are continuing our series on creating Power BI report templates. Let’s keep in mind that we are not designing anything in Power BI, but we are using PowerPoint to make our reports look better. You can check out the first part of our series here. The next part of this

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Report Visualization Framework In Power BI | Part 3

Report Visualization Framework In Power BI Part 3 - Power BI - Enterprise DNA

In today’s blog post, we’ll continue with our series on our enhanced report visualization frameworks for Power BI, and discuss the last three remaining items, which is selecting the right visual, condensing information, and using templates. Prior to this, we discussed the importance of using a grid format, as well as the importance of colors,

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Power Apps: Getting Started With This Revolutionary Tool

Power Apps- Getting Started With This Revolutionary Tool

Today, we’ll talk about Power Apps. Enterprise DNA has been always been about Power BI because to us, it is still the most important tool in the entire Microsoft suite. But we feel that other areas of the Power Platform like Power Apps and Power Automate have matured to a place where they can make

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The Best Custom Visual You’ve Never Heard Of

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If you’ve been searching for custom visuals for Power BI, I’m going to show you an awesome one that I’m guessing 99% of you have never seen or heard of before. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. I came across this in the Enterprise DNA Challenge

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How To Create Unique Subtotals In Power BI Tables

How To Create Unique Subtotals In Power BI Tables

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create unique subtotals in your Power BI tables using the SWITCH TRUE logic. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. This is a breakout session from a financial reporting course released by Enterprise DNA. The session includes

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