Yeah, I am not aware that this exists yet. Only the ability to essentially color code certain cells.
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We are able to format colors of rows in a table or matrix via the Values (background color, alternate background color) section of the Format pane. However, it it not supported to highlight/bold a particular row.
I would suggest you submit your ideal at this page. If this feature was mentioned by many users, product team will consider to add this feature to next release.
I came across with the same issue whenever I wanted to highlight or color rows instead of columns, and the only solution I found so far was a "shabby/sleazy" hack (but useful anyways).
It consists as follows:
- Insert a rectangle shape
- Give format to the shape (color, transparency, line, etc.)
- Bring the shape forward, or directly to front (in order to have the color upon the grid/row)
Hope it helps!
A bit late to this but the workaround i found was to create a basic measure to give the row you need highlighted a value and then apply conditional formatting with a rule.
For example if i had this table:
|Example||Value 1||Value 2|
Lets say i wanted the row with all 'B' to be highlighted, i could create the following measure:
Measure = IF(Table[Example] = "B", 1, 0)
I can then apply the conditional formatting for each column using the rule and value =1: