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- Power BI Templates (1)
Power BI | Power BI Templates exercise | Basic Power BI Template
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Open the Power BI pbix report file in the above folder - it should look like this:
You may need to apply the JSON custom theme included in the above folder to get this exact look.
Before saving the report as a template (the point of this exercise), delete the original dataset to get the following:
This will appear to have ruined all your hard work, your life and any hope you had at happiness, but not to worry!
It is high time the report became a Power BI template. To make this happen choose Export from the File menu:
Save the template with the name Basic template and add a suitable description.
Open the template (this will have the effect of creating a new report based upon it).
Use the CSV file in the above folder to repopulate the visuals using different data, and watch as they come to life with interesting facts:
Ok so interesting might not mean compatible, but look how fast that bird is!
Optionally save this as Temperamental Templates and close it down.