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Data Labels not showing and Bars are not the correct height

Hi, dou you guys know how I could solve this issue? both bar graphs are from the same page and have the same format. the first one correcly shows the data label (percentage) while the other one does not have data labels and are not correctly showing the proper heigh of the bar. in my screenshot, the red bar should display 95.95% and should be taller than the one displayed. This is a published report and the pbix file shows the data labels properly. Thanks in advance for your help 🙂

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Anonymous
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Hi @v-eqin-msft @ryan_mayu Thanks for your suggestions! I tried to add a Y-axis with a start of 0 but it still does not work for some visuals, I'm not sure why since I did the same thing for the graphs..

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@Anonymous 

could you pls share the pbix file?





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Anonymous
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Hi @ryan_mayu I would want to share the file but there seems to be no attach option to the reply section 😞

v-eqin-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Sorry for that Icould not reproduce your issue:

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As you mentioned: This is a published report and the pbix file shows the data labels properly.

I'd suggest you

1. Download the pbix on Power BI service and open it in Power BI Desktop to check if the issue still occurs.

2. Make sure your Power BI Desktop is the latest version.

3.Re-publish the report to another workspace.

 

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Eyelyn Qin
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@Anonymous 

i think it's because the start of y-axis is auto. you can try to set to 0

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