Power BI | Conditional formatting exercise | Apply icons to a table to show different number of Oscars won

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Software ==> Power BI  (111 exercises)
Version ==> Latest update
Topic ==> Conditional formatting  (5 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
Subject ==> Power BI training
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Load the two worksheets from the workbook in the above folder, and create a table showing the total number of Oscars won by genre:

Oscars by genre

Here the genres are listed in alphabetical order.


Now apply icons to the Oscar Wins column:

Showing icons

This shows one way to apply icons to this column.


Apply icons as follows:

Total number of Oscars Display
Up to 20 A red cross
20 to 40 A yellow exclamation mark
40 to 60 A green tick
More than 60 A green circle

Here's what your final table should look like:

Final table of icons

Your final table should look similar to this (with the icons to the right of the text).


Save your report as I-Con, then close it down.

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