Can you please help me how to hide "Column A" in table but that column should be in order.
On PBI if you rigth click the column name or table you can select the option Hide, this will hide the column from the visualization however you are abble to use it in your measures and calculations and is visible on the tables view in a grey format.
You could adjust the column width manually. In your table visualization, hover your mouse over your column heading that you want to "hide" and move it to the right until the mouse cursor changes to a <-||->, then you could adjust the width of this column.
For the better visualization, you 'd better turn off the Word wrap in the format pane. The below should be your expected output.
Hope it can help you!
Thanks for your reply.
I did the same but when you export the report it showing the column. How can i avoid that also.
Can you pls help me on this.
It seems that there is no options for us to achieve it in Power BI currently.
I suggest you could vote the ideas below which has been submitted in Power BI ideas forum and add your comments there to improve Power BI and make this feature coming sooner.
If you right click on column you will get options as screenshot.
select the hide option that particular column will be hide.If you want you can unhide the column
Thanks for your reply.
We are able to hide the column in a table, but when we export the data its showing with hidden column as well.
Can you please help me with this.
What you want is to keep the Sr.No. in order?
If this is the point try to do the sort order choosing the column you want to sort the values by default. Not really sure if irt will work with your dataset since there isn't to much information.
Yes, When you export the data from visual still we can able to see hided columns.
I don't thing so we can archive this.
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