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ramgesg Frequent Visitor
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Increase Page/report size in PowerBI

Dear PowerBi Team,

 

During the recent 90 days of evaluating the service has been filled with surprises.

 

Personally I would recommend a longer report page, as the reports we have to display takes up space. Scrollable report pages like the dashboard would be very handy when dealing with too many data visualizations. Breaking up the visualizations makes navigation troublesome especially on full screen. Moreover when it comes to correlation between numbers, it does not tell the right story if the visualizations are scattered in different pages.

 

In Short: #Make the report page bigger & scrollable

 

Regards,

Ram 

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Super User
Super User

Re: Increase Page/report size in PowerBI

@ramgesg No need to cross-post. The report interface is the same between the Service and the Desktop. While at times they may be slightly out of sync, something like this would be changed in both. The answer to your other post is the same found here If you had a different idea, I would suggest adding it to the ideas forum here. But the custom page sizing they added does seem to cover it.


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Ram_DCT Regular Visitor
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Re: Increase Page/report size in PowerBI

I have many visuals to be added on a single page rather making multiple pages. How can I have a scroll on the page to fit all my visuals? 

 

Using custom size, I am not able to get the scroll on the page.

 

-Ram Choudhary

sgsukumaran Member
Member

Re: Increase Page/report size in PowerBI

@ramgesg and  @Ram_DCTYou can make your page scrollable by doing 2 things

 

1. Select page size as custom and give max height (4000 Pixels) and width (1285 Pixels)

2. On the view tab Select Page view and set it to  "Fit to Width"

 

Ram_DCT Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Increase Page/report size in PowerBI

@sgsukumaran Appreciate your response to my query however both the options are not giving me a vertical scroll bar when I publish my report on the web.

 

Link of my dashboard - https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiMDlhNjdhZjEtNzIzMi00MDE3LWIyNzAtODMwNDMwOGRmOTUxIiwidCI6IjgyM...

 

I want a vertical scroll bar like we have for any web pages, for example - check out this klipfolio dashboard - https://app.klipfolio.com/published/c9407dfd9aea96d0b34934a493d406f9/google-analytics-daily-overview

 

Thannks and appreciate your help!

 

-Ram Choudhary

Ram_DCT Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Increase Page/report size in PowerBI

@sgsukumaran I got that now!

 

Steps to recreate;

 

Step1: Go to view and click on "Actual Size" - By doing this u will get a littile scroll depth on the page of your power BI desktop screen - Now to increase the scroll depth further (follow step 2)

 

Step 2: Go to the page level setting - Select "custom" type - and now increase the "Height" as per your need!Snap34.PNG

 

Here is sample published link with scroll depth! - https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiNzE0Y2I4ZDUtN2Q2Yi00ZGMzLWE2ZTAtYWQ1OGZmYWJlMzU1IiwidCI6IjgyM...

 

Thanks,

Ram Choudhary

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sgsukumaran Member
Member

Re: Increase Page/report size in PowerBI

@Ram_DCT - Good it worked out. 

sgsukumaran Member
Member

Re: Increase Page/report size in PowerBI

@ram_DC - Good it worked out. 

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