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Ken_W New Member
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Having an issue with Power BI reports being truncated when enbedded in Sharepoint

I’ve built some reports in PowerBI and I am sharing them on Sharepoint pages.  

I’m all good at building them, getting the data refreshed weekly and displaying each of them in a Web Part object on each of the site’s report pages.


My problem is that these reports are of different heights and widths, so in some cases they tend to get truncated.

Of course, there are scroll bars when needed so folks can manipulate the report to see all the truncated data, but what I’d like to do is tailor each Web Part so folks don’t need to scroll for reports where the width (and in some cases height) will fit on the screen.


Do you know what I need to do and where, so I can accomplish this?

Ive taken various approaches with little to no success for the reports that are being truncated in display.


Im not sure where to go next: E.g., Adjust the width and height in the iframe tag code, adjust the size of the section/web frame objects on each report page, do something to the report back in PowerBI? … etc.


Some help in this area from someone who has delt with this problem would be great.



Thanks in advance for any help/thoughts you may have.


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Re: Having an issue with Power BI reports being truncated when enbedded in Sharepoint

Hi @Ken_W ,


Check this post although is from end of 2017 believe that is still not possible to change the web frame size.


However it links to an idea to resize the frame size that you can vote uppon.




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