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PBI Bar Chart - bar starting points

Hi. I have two bar charts one above the other. Due to each using different names, the bars start at different X axis points and as a result don't look aligned.

Would love to find a way for all of the bars in both charts to line up exactly at the same starting X-Axis point. It would be an enormous help!

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v-deddai1-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

There is no such options for it now. If you need to put the legend on the left, it all depends on the length of the legend. Maybe you can try to reduce the size of the legend in the second visual.

 

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Anonymous
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Thanks, that's a good idea that allowed the bars to start at the same position on the X Axis.
But doesn't solve our format issue, we are looking for the text to stay on the left but begin each bar to the right, at a specific X point. 


Kind of like this picture that shows 2 charts w one above the othercharts lined up.png

v-deddai1-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Would you please try to set position of legend to top instead of left:

Capture5.PNG

 

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Dedmon Dai

 

PaulDBrown
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It would be helpful if you could provide sample data and depiction of the expected output. 
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Anonymous
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Thanks for your reply.

here is the attachment. As you will see from in the attachment, the image shows the bars of both charts starting at different x axis.

What I'm attempting to do is to have all bars start at the exact same point in the charts. That way if one charts has trends that are described with a few words (# of unique callers) the bars can start in the same position as another trend line who's description is of a different length (Patient Showed)

I know i can move the charts but doing that also moves the text, so i can physically line them up, but then the text becomes out of alignment.
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