The bar width setting of the Balance Sheet custom visual for Power BI is an important setting when there’s not much space available to display the balance sheet.
Whenever the Balance Sheet Visual must fit into a small space in your report, there are 2 main settings that need to be adjusted. The first setting is the font size. The second one is the bar width. having narrow bars lets you decrease the overall size of the visual and make it fit into your report page.
This setting is only available with an active license. You can get a free trial license from here.
The sample report below is a collection of all of the features of the Balance Sheet Visual for Power BI.
There are many other settings available which allow you to format the visual exactly the way you like. In case your balance sheet is not balanced, you might want to learn how to automatically calculate and add a bar for the difference.
Or if you have corporate design rules so you are asked to use company-specific colors or fonts.
If there’s a setting that we haven’t thought of yet or if you would like to request an additional feature, simply reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re always on the lookout to improve our visuals and to hear the user’s requirements is important to us. Also, if you like working with our visual, your feedback and rating on Microsoft AppSource would be highly appreciated.