Hi I am trying to highlight a row of a matrix in Red if the ratio is higher than the organization ratio.
I have calculated the organization's ratio in a measure which is say =1.22%
I want to highlight below rows in Red which have a % ratio > 1.22%
i.e, first 5 rows.
The conditional formatting-->Background scales option assigns a scale of colors and not a single color as I want.
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As ValentinBIA said, conditional formatting can be set based on value rules. However, you should type into the values manually, using a measure instead is not supported.
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When you turn on the background color (in conditional formatting), it opens up a windows that lets you change the colour of the scale.
On the top left of this window you can see " Format by" Color Scale
Change it to "Format By" Rules, and there you can decide on a rule for your conditional formatting
Hope that helpsBest,ValentinDid I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!
Yeah . Currently I am calculating the value of the measure and putting it in the "Rules" manually.
My only worrie is that, I have to keep a track of the measure value, in case it changes.
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