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Power BI | Custom visuals exercise | Power BI Visual Tooltips
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Load the Excel data from the above file and create a chart showing each dino by group and length:
While the chart looks good, the same can't be said for the boring tool tip!
Add another report page. Set the new page to be a tool tip under Page Information and under Page Size:
It's also a good idea to set Page View on the View tab at the top of the page to Actual Size.
Now highlight the original chart and assign the new page as the tool tip:
This means that you can have different tool tips for different visuals!
Finally make the tooltip page into a nice page to look at:
A nice alternative to using Drill-through or See data options.
Optionally save this as Top Tyrannosaurus tips, then close it down.