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## Dynamic paragraphs with calculated measures

Hi,

i got stuck in trying to create a dynamic paragraph where some of the values are a result of calculated measure. My measure for paragraph is as below:

Workplace text = "The total employees for " & VALUES('Sheet1'[Address]) & " is " & max('Sheet1'[Employee]) & ". The rent per employee per annum is " & [Rent/Employee] & "."

where [Rent/Employee] = calculate(divide(sum('Sheet1'[Total Rent]),sum('Sheet1'[Employee])),'Sheet1'[Employee]>0)

I am wondering what DAX function should i use to enable the conversion from number to text.

Additionally, i'm not sure if its possible to highlight those dynamic values only in visual cards. For eg.

The total employees for 8 Baker Street is 21. The rent per employee per annum is \$2,000

Appreciate if any of you can help on the above.

Thanks !
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## Re: Dynamic paragraphs with calculated measures

Hi @slackerhx ,

That's because the VALUES returns a table while the result of a measure should be scala value. You can replace it with MIN, MAX. If you'd like all of them, you can use dax/concatenatex-function-dax to concatenate the values together.

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Dale
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## Re: Dynamic paragraphs with calculated measures

Hi @slackerhx ,

Why would you like a DAX function to convert the number to text?

Regarding your second requirement, I would suggest you create an idea here.

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Dale
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## Re: Dynamic paragraphs with calculated measures

Hi Dale,

I'm currently unable to project the results in the dynamic paragraph that i'm constructing. Thus, would like to see if there is any way to include the results of a measure in the dynamic text.

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## Re: Dynamic paragraphs with calculated measures

Hi @slackerhx ,

I'm afraid you can't add a measure in the Text Box visual. You need a Card visual instead.

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Dale
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## Re: Dynamic paragraphs with calculated measures

i'm already using the card visual, but i'm unable to project the result of the measure in the dynamic paragraph measure. i want to know if there is any DAX expression that can enable the result from the measure [Rent/Employee] to be included in the dynamic paragraph.

I currently don't have issues in projecting column values in a dynamic paragraph measure.

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## Re: Dynamic paragraphs with calculated measures

Hi @slackerhx ,

Can you share some snapshots or a dummy sample? Please refer to the snapshot below. It seems fine.

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Dale
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Helper I

Hi Dale,

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## Re: Dynamic paragraphs with calculated measures

Hi @slackerhx ,

That's because the VALUES returns a table while the result of a measure should be scala value. You can replace it with MIN, MAX. If you'd like all of them, you can use dax/concatenatex-function-dax to concatenate the values together.

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Dale
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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