Not everyone knows that we can create reports nearly identical to SQL Server Reporting Services summaries. Standard Power BI reports are designed to show an aggregated data and for an exploration purpose. If your users are used to Reporting Services layout, they need to examine a detailed, non-aggregated data or print the result. Then paginated reports fit the bill. A short presentation of a solution bellow.

Firstly, you need to have Power BI Report Builder installed. An application layout and options are similar to a SSRS Report Builder or Visual Studio SSDT.

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Michal Molka

Michal Molka

Data | BI Engineer (Microsoft Stack)