Power BI | Conditional formatting exercise | Apply conditional formatting to a chart of films using fields

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Software ==> Power BI  (111 exercises)
Version ==> Latest update
Topic ==> Conditional formatting  (5 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Subject ==> Power BI training
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Create a new Power BI report, and load data from both worksheets in the Excel workbook in the above folder:

Model view

Power BI will automatically link the tables by the Language column. Conveniently, the Languages table contains the foreground and background colour you should use for formatting each language.

 

Create a column chart showing the number of films by language, applying the foreground and background colours from the table of languages:

Column chart

To avoid English swamping your data (as it so often does), filter your chart to remove it. The above chart uses the ForeColour field in the Language table to set the data label text colour, and the BackColour field in the same table to set the column value back colour.

Save this chart as Inappropriate colours, then close it down.

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