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SolarData92
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Exporting with Individual Filters

I have a report that I'm developing that has a slicer to select a specific project. Is there any way to export the report for each value that exists in my slicer individually instead of having to manually change the value and exporting each value. Thanks in adavance.

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v-yohua-msft
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Hi, @SolarData92 


In addition to the approach described in collinq above, perhaps you can use a BI helper that, for each report run, the BI helper will automatically read the slicer/filter values in the Power BI table visual and generate a PDF for each value. Below is a link to BI Helper


Generate PDFs from Power BI with Dynamic Slicer and Filter Values | BI Helper (medium.com)

 

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v-yohua-msft
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Hi, @SolarData92 


In addition to the approach described in collinq above, perhaps you can use a BI helper that, for each report run, the BI helper will automatically read the slicer/filter values in the Power BI table visual and generate a PDF for each value. Below is a link to BI Helper


Generate PDFs from Power BI with Dynamic Slicer and Filter Values | BI Helper (medium.com)

 

How to Get Your Question Answered Quickly 

Best Regards

Yongkang Hua

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

collinq
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Hey @SolarData92 ,

 

You could do this a couple different ways.  One is to create paginated reports and then export those. Or, you could make a report and have bookmarks in it for each option and then you export that.  Or, you could set up a Power Automate and use it to select the slicers and then export the data. 




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