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Super User
Super User

Re: Force second y axis

There's only one 1 way to fix this.

 

The Formatting options need to be in their contextual tabs in the Ribbon where there's a lot more room.

 

See my post here... which includes link to the Idea already created

http://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/April-2016-Update-Formatting-Options/m-p/32408/highlight/tru...

Hillograce Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Force second y axis

When I turn on 2nd axis nothing happens, what am I missing?

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Hillograce Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Force second y axis

When I turn on 2nd axis nothing happens, what am I missing?

tbfrancis Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Force second y axis

thanks for this!  Just spent about 45 mins searching forums to try and find it!!!

robinwilson16 Frequent Visitor
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Re: Force second y axis

Thanks for this. I have also just spent ages looking and I too missed the grey scrollbar inside the second grey scrollbar inside the sligtly darker grey background. It is a bit too subtle!

I was just trying to fix the fact that on a grouped bar and line graph it had set the scales differently for the line and bar values. I would have though it better to default to the same scale for both (i.e. 0% - 100%) as I would have thougt that would normally be the desired outcome.