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Table visualization recommendation

I am trying to display and format some data values in a report in a "table" format. I have tried using multi-row cards and text boxes, but they arent what I am looking for. In SSRS, you could use a table and define what data element went into each cell. I can't find a way to do that in PBI. Are there 3rd party visulizations that would work for this? I want to make a "table like the one below:

 

 

Company NameCompany Type
Contact NameContact Email
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Hi @msimmonsmcse ,

 

Based on my test, Multi-row card could meet your requirements, doesn't it?

company.gif

 

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@msimmonsmcse - Use a Table visualization?


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Hi @msimmonsmcse ,

 

Could you please show some sample data in your desired table?

 

Otherwise, I can't see any format on your table.

 

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@msimmonsmcse , I doubt that you can drag and drop a measure/column at any place. Try Multi KPI.

 

Check custom visual here

https://appsource.microsoft.com/en-us/marketplace/apps?product=power-bi-visuals



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Hi @msimmonsmcse ,

 

Based on my test, Multi-row card could meet your requirements, doesn't it?

company.gif

 

Best Regards,

Icey

 

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I suppose this is the best I am going to be able to do. You would think something as easy as "give me a 2 row, 5 column table, then put the following elements in each cell" would be a desired visual. Unforturnately the Multi Card visual lacks many needed formatting controls, such as Conditional formating and such. 

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