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Jess121
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Dynamic page exporting

Hi, I export multiple pdf static reports from one Power Bi dashboard, to show different cuts of the data in pdf to address different team's needs. 
One section of the pdf reports is a standard matrix table, which varies in length (number of rows) for each update of the report. I currently use filters to segregate the table across 4-9 pages to ensure all rows are visible.

Is there an automated way to do this? Where perhaps you can set up the report such that a maximum of x rows appear on each page, and then continue onto the next page, until there is no more data? The nuance is that each row contains different amounts of information, so could take up different amounts of space (eg. one row could be twice the size of another). 
Thank you

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vaibhavkale570
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we create a paginated report for such purpose and embedd them in our powerbi report. 

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vaibhavkale570
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Resolver III

we create a paginated report for such purpose and embedd them in our powerbi report. 

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