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Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition

Covers BI Server, Interactive Dashboards, Answers, Delivers, Disconnected Analytics, Briefing Books

How to avoid scrolling


I have few charts, which I want to present in same page - the main\first\entrance page.  All day I try and error setting the width and height of the charts\sections\etc' in order to put them all in one page without scrolling.  Is there automatic way to avoid horizontal and vertical scrolling and let the application minimize automatically the sections to fit in?

Unfortunately no.  You are left to using your best on dashboard design ... here's one of many books on best practices:  http://www.biconsultinggroup.com/knowledgebase.asp?CategoryID=337


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