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Helper I
Helper I

cannot get line to italic / bold?

Why is this not working?
Measure: Bold_Not =
"<i>" & MIN('DOH_Prod_List'[Product Status])
 
Display: 
TGM_0-1655217076986.png

 

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Hi @TGM,

If you want the word to be in bold via HTML, you need to use the bold tag (<b>) rather than the italic tag (<i>).
The tag also needs to enclose the word or phrase you wish to emphasise, so you could use a measure like the following, which uses the SUBSTITUTE function to replace the NOT with what you want, e.g.:

Bold_Not = 
    VAR _Value = MIN(DOH_Prod_List[Product Status])
    RETURN SUBSTITUTE( _Value, "NOT", "<b>NOT</b>" )

Side-by-side will now look as follows, relative to your original column:

dmp_0-1655262273625.png

And in a custom visual that renders HTML, it should look like this:

dmp_1-1655262320735.png

Regards,

Daniel





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TGM
Helper I
Helper I

ok i see my issue and have fixed that.. needed to use HTML box.

 

Now i only want the word NOT to be bold?

Hi @TGM,

If you want the word to be in bold via HTML, you need to use the bold tag (<b>) rather than the italic tag (<i>).
The tag also needs to enclose the word or phrase you wish to emphasise, so you could use a measure like the following, which uses the SUBSTITUTE function to replace the NOT with what you want, e.g.:

Bold_Not = 
    VAR _Value = MIN(DOH_Prod_List[Product Status])
    RETURN SUBSTITUTE( _Value, "NOT", "<b>NOT</b>" )

Side-by-side will now look as follows, relative to your original column:

dmp_0-1655262273625.png

And in a custom visual that renders HTML, it should look like this:

dmp_1-1655262320735.png

Regards,

Daniel





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