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karthikkjm
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page size on publish to web

Hi,

 

Changed the report page size in Power BI Desktop. But the changed page size is not reflecting when publish to web. Need to utilize the full webpage size. How to achieve this ?

 

Regards,

Karthik K

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v-piga-msft
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Hi @karthikkjm,

Changed the report page size in Power BI Desktop. But the changed page size is not reflecting when publish to web. 


By my test, If you choose the View mode in Power BI Desktop, it will show the report wirh the mode you choose like below.

 

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After Publish to Web.

 

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 Need to utilize the full webpage size. How to achieve this ?

 

You also can edit the width and height manually in Power BI Service yo ensure it is precisely how you want it to fit onto the page into which you're embedding it.

 

By my test, you could change the page size of your report in Power BI Service and save it if you have the edit permission.

 

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Then when you Publish to Web, you will get the output like below. 

 

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In addition, you could have a good reference of this article.

 

Best Regards,

Cherry

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