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The April 2021 update to Power BI Desktop makes it easier to load text, CSV, JSON and Excel files and includes a wider range of shapes, with more drawing effects
- Details of the Power BI Desktop Update for April 2021
- Loading Text and CSV files by example
- Suggested tables for Excel (and JSON improvements)
- New and better shapes
- Inverting axes of charts (this blog)
Posted by Andy Brown on 28 April 2021
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Inverting axes of charts
You can now invert the axis for line, bar, column, combo and area charts:
The option to invert an axis appears on the Y axis card of a chart.
Here's what this might look like before and after you choose it:
|Before inversion ...||... and after|
The April update website adds this claim:
Personally I've never felt the need for this feature, but presumably someone else did!