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avazquezd75
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Conditional format formula

Hello, Im a new user on Power BI ... trying to get familiarize.

 

We have an issue while creating a column, a value is getting trimmed from the source.

Instead of showing the full number, the source is showing a trimmed value starting with an *.

 

What type of formula can I use to catch any value that start with an * ? so far we havent been able to figure it out.

 

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ribisht17
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@avazquezd75 

 

This variable can catch * for you

 

 

LEFT(Table[Column]), 1) = "*"

 

 

In other words,

 

IF( LEFT(Table[column]),1)="*","Corrupt","Fine")

 

Ritesh

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ribisht17
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@avazquezd75 

 

This variable can catch * for you

 

 

LEFT(Table[Column]), 1) = "*"

 

 

In other words,

 

IF( LEFT(Table[column]),1)="*","Corrupt","Fine")

 

Ritesh

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