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    Default Scaling a Power View sheet to fit

    I've created a Power View sheet and I would like to print it, but I can't figure out where to set the scale so it will fit on one page.

    I'm a Pivot* and Power* newbie - any help is truly appreciated! Thank you!

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    Default Re: Scaling a Power View sheet to fit

    I don't think you can. Power View is designed to be interactive. It is also now depreciated. Have you considered using Power BI instead? What is Power BI - Excelerator BI
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    Default Re: Scaling a Power View sheet to fit

    Hmmmm, I'm taking a class where they introduced us to Power View - I'm not surprised to hear we're getting taught obsolete material... Thank you so much, Matt! I'll look into Power BI.

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