A summary of the changes for the September 2017 update to Power BI Desktop
Part five of a six-part series of blogs

The September 2017 Power BI Desktop update introduces ribbon charts, a feature to explain the increase or decrease for any chart point and a drill-through feature allowing you to temporarily switch to a summary page.

  1. What's New in Power BI Desktop - September 2017 Update
  2. Drill-through to a Summary Report Page
  3. Ribbon Charts
  4. Automatically explaining the increase or decrease
  5. Showing Keyboard Short-Cuts (this blog)
  6. Preview Features

For a cumulative list of all of the updates to Power BI Desktop in the last few months, see this blog.  Our two-day Power BI Desktop course always uses the latest version of the software.

Posted by Andy Brown on 12 September 2017

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Showing Keyboard Short-Cuts

I'm a big fan of keyboard short-cuts, but you obviously need to know what they are to use them.  So the good folk at Power BI Desktop deserve huge credit for the fact that you can now type ? in Power BI Desktop to see all of the short-cuts available:

Keyboard short-cuts

This is not just neatly implemented, but the ? symbol is nice and easy to remember too!

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