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Does it every bother you when you use the Arrow Keys to move an object in your SSRS report that it jumps much further over than you really wanted?
When creating a SSRS report, you want to add lines that display trends. You want to show trends for more than one data point. And you want to conditionally format the data point. In this example, I use Sparklines and a simple expression to create a sparkling report!
This blog is part of my series Making Data Tell a Story With SSRS Properties. Property: Label - Visible The purpose of this property is to show the values of data points in the series on a chart. To access the property, go to the chart series propert…
The purpose of this property is to show a specific value on a series in a chart when the user hovers over the data point.
The purpose of these properties is to define the minimum and maximum values on a chart axis, and the intervals shown.
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