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Table visual formatting question

Hi Folks,

I have a PBI report page with blue background. I put a table visual on it. I format Data section with Font - Black and Background Withe and the same settings for Alternate Font and Background. A nd the table is displayed exactly like that. But I would like to see my table data with black font directly on the page background. Is there a table Data background setting as "transparent white" or "no color" to fulfill my needs?

 

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Re: Table visual formatting question

@AdamJustyn so that will show on the blue page background, correct? Why not choose the same blue color for the matrix color settings where you use the black color?






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Re: Table visual formatting question

@AdamJustyn so that will show on the blue page background, correct? Why not choose the same blue color for the matrix color settings where you use the black color?






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Re: Table visual formatting question

In this exercise, we'll select one of the suggested questions to create our Q&A visual.

Start on a blank report page and select the Q&A visual icon from the Visualizations pane.

Visualization pane with Q&A visual icon outlined

Drag the border to resize the visual.

To create the visual, select one of the suggested questions or start typing in the question box. In this example, we've selected top geo states by the sum of revenue. Power BI Pro does its best to select which visual type to use. In this case, it's a map.

But you can tell Power BI which visual type to use by adding it to your natural language query. Keep in mind that not all visual types will work or make sense with your data. For example, this data wouldn't produce a meaningful scatter chart. But it works as a filled map.

 

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