Power View Reporting Properties

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Although PowerPivot data is used mostly in Excel pivot reports, you can also use a PowerPivot workbook as a data model for interactive reports that you build in Power View. Power View is a model-driven Reporting Services report designer that runs in SharePoint. If you have SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services (SSRS) and SharePoint 2010, you can build Power View reports using PowerPivot workbooks as the data model.

This section explains how to optimize a workbook to improve the reporting experience in Power View.

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Create a Reporting Services Report Using PowerPivot Data

Hide Columns from Reporting Applications

Set the Data Type of a Column