Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Rename and delete report pages, part of Power BI Pro Essential Training.
- [Voiceover] Remember that part of the purpose of the report is to capture an entire series of visualizations that we might want to then express in a dashboard. However, as soon as I go into the dashboard, I have access to the report. So, the order in which I created pages may not be the order in which I'd like them to appear. For example, I might like to lead with categories and buyers rather than district info. It's very easy to rearrange the pages.
Simply drag and drop the page tab into the new location. Get all the way to the left or all the way to the right to move items into a different order. Notice that, when I run out of room here, if I have seven or eight or nine tabs, that these buttons to go to the previous or the next pages become active, but it might be worthwhile to me to actually rename some of these pages so that the names are a little bit shorter, even if it's a question of putting in the ampersand sign.
Simply rename them and then press enter. If I have a page that I don't need, point to it, notice that there's an X in the upper right hand corner. Click the X to delete the page. You'll be prompted, it says, are sure you want to delete it? It's deleted, but it's still there until you save the report. And when you save the report, the page then is permanently deleted. So I'm going to delete this, and it's gone. However, I can hold control and hit Z, which is undo and get my page back.
So, use drag and drop, using the page tabs to rearrange the pages, delete pages if you wish, control + Z to bring them back and after we save they should be gone for good.
AuthorGini von Courter
- Signing up for Power BI Pro
- Connecting to data sources
- Uploading data such as CSV and XLS files
- Creating reports, visualizations, charts, and maps
- Filtering, sorting, copying, and pasting visualizations
- Downloading custom visuals from the gallery
- Modifying existing reports
- Creating and managing data dashboards
- Querying data with Power BI Q&A and Microsoft Cortana
- Sharing report and dashboards
- Using Power BI Desktop and mobile apps
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Get Started with Power BI
2. Power BI Data Sources
3. Create a Report with Visualizations
4. Modify and Print a Report
5. Create a Dashboard
6. Ask Questions About Your Data
7. Share Data with Colleagues and Others
8. Use Power BI Desktop
9. Use Power BI Mobile Apps
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