Once an imprt form excel is completed tiles cannot be resized or moved in the new update. I imported a data model built in excel and have the most current update on my machine for PBI desktop. Please advise!
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Running the most current available update. After import is complete and the model is created when fields are added to the report the visualizations do not have resize functionality of rmoving functionality.
Can you share some detail contents? I test on 2.43.4647.541 64-bit (February 2017) and hasn't faced your issue.
Version: 2.43.4647.541 64-bit (February, 2017) is the version I am running. I build the data model in excel and then import > Contents from workbook in PBI desktop.
the model successfully imports and then I drop in a field to the page and the tile is unable to be moved or resized with mouse controls. Formatting controls work but not mouse. See the last screen shot - the resize corners and sides do not illuminate, and when clicking into th etile nothing happens, drag tile is not available.....
I have tried this on multiple workbooks to the same result.....
Have you try to import another workbooks? I think this issue may related to your workbook.
I try to follow your steps and test with power bi sample workbooks, these tiles and visuals can resized, below are sample files which I tested.
@v-shex-msft I did test on 4-5 different models tot he same result? The save and reopen works, so I will live with that. Still curious why it is happeneing though. Thanks for your time to try and help!
Can you please provide the reproduce sample file? I will check it.
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