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Bold text in middle of conditional column

I would like to bold a word [NOT] in the middle of a conditional column, see example below.  Is this possible?

 

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dm-p
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Hi @Anonymous - I've answered this in your other thread here.

Another possibility (if you want to use the column in a table) is to use a similar technique to that post, but using a site like YayText to get the bold unicode characters for your desired text. Note that this may look weird, as it's not font-specific, but using the Bold (sans) variant might get you close:

dmp_0-1655262827647.png

The measure that we might use is fairly similar, but just replacing with the copied 'bold' text, e.g.:

Bold_Not_Unicode = 
    VAR _Value = MIN(DOH_Prod_List[Product Status])
    RETURN SUBSTITUTE( _Value, "NOT", "𝗡𝗢𝗧", 1 )

And here it is in a table, e.g.:

dmp_1-1655262887947.png

Hopefully might give you some ideas.

Regards,

Daniel





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dm-p
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Hi @Anonymous - I've answered this in your other thread here.

Another possibility (if you want to use the column in a table) is to use a similar technique to that post, but using a site like YayText to get the bold unicode characters for your desired text. Note that this may look weird, as it's not font-specific, but using the Bold (sans) variant might get you close:

dmp_0-1655262827647.png

The measure that we might use is fairly similar, but just replacing with the copied 'bold' text, e.g.:

Bold_Not_Unicode = 
    VAR _Value = MIN(DOH_Prod_List[Product Status])
    RETURN SUBSTITUTE( _Value, "NOT", "𝗡𝗢𝗧", 1 )

And here it is in a table, e.g.:

dmp_1-1655262887947.png

Hopefully might give you some ideas.

Regards,

Daniel





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Anonymous
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Very COOL worked like a charm!

Anonymous
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You can try the Smart Narrative visual

GSun_0-1655172847180.png

 

Anonymous
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Thanks but this is a column I am pulling into a table visual.

Anonymous
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Sorry, there is no way.

You can do it differently, for example, the whole cell in a different style.

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