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Power BI | Basic reports exercise | Create a matrix including conditional formatting
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|Software ==>||Power BI (92 exercises)|
|Version ==>||Latest update|
|Topic ==>||Basic reports (10 exercises)|
|Level ==>||Harder than average|
|Classroom ==>||Introduction to Power BI / Fast track Power BI and DAX / Fast track Power BI|
|Online ==>||Introduction to Power BI / Fast track Power BI and DAX / Fast track Power BI|
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Open the Power BI report in the folder above, and create the following report:
The picture you'll need is in the same folder. You'll also need to add an (arrow) shape and a matrix, and set conditional formatting for your matrix. As for how to sort the certificates ... see below!
To get the certificates to appear in the correct order, you'll need to sort them by the CertificateId column and not the Certificate one. To do this, select the Certificate column and choose this menu option:
Choose to sort the Certificate column by the CertificateId one, using this dropdown on the Column tools menu.
When you've finished, save your report as Films in Technicolor, and close it down.
This column sorting does not work for certificates even when my answer is matching. Please advise, as it still shows in the old manner. I have sorted by certificate id which it reflects under data field but under report field it comes in the same manner unsorted.