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Dashboard Chart

Discussion in 'Excel Dashboards' started by Joseph Horling, Feb 6, 2019.

  1. Joseph Horling

    Joseph Horling Member

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    Hi Chandoo Experts,

    Can you take a look at the "Batting Dash" tab of my Detroit Dashboard? In the field chart I can't make the square box that has the player's name and the amount of games to move around to the corresponding position. If you can figure out how to make that move I would be appreciative of your help. Thanks, Joe from Michigan.

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  2. Hui

    Hui Excel Ninja Staff Member

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    Right Click on the Box
    Format Data Labels
    Un-select Show Leader Lines
    Click Right

    Now drag the box 1 mm or so to the right of the player

    Now change the values
    The box moves with the player
  3. Joseph Horling

    Joseph Horling Member

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    Hi Hui,
    Thanks for responding. When I click on the slicer tab of the player can the box move automatically to that position of the player? For example, if I click on the Austin Jackson tab it should move to the centerfield spot (according to the x and y spots).
  4. Hui

    Hui Excel Ninja Staff Member

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    Simply put formulas in Q7 and R7 to lookup the positions where ever they are

    Q7: =INDEX(Y$2:Y$10,MATCH($C$3,$X$2:$X$10,0))
    Copy across to R7

    Then enjoy

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