This article explains how to use gauges within reports.

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A Gauge can be displayed in a report to give a visual representation of the scale of a value. To insert a Gauge, select a cell and click the Insert Gauge button. The Gauge Wizard will appear. The Gauge Wizard has two tabs: Appearance and Data.


In the Appearance Tab, select the Type and Dimension of the Gauge.

Type – Select the icon representing the type of gauge. Available types include: Angular, Linear, Bulb, and Thermometer.

There are three ways to set the size of the Gauge.

  • Enter the height and width in the dimension boxes.

  • Resize the gauge by dragging the lower right corner in the preview.

  • Check the box ‘Fit to Cell’.

Note: Angular gauges have a minimum width of 120px.


In the Data Tab, select the Data Values and Color Ranges for the Gauge.

  • Use the Data Values dropdown to select the cell that contains the numeric value for the Gauge.

  • Use the ‘Provide range as’ buttons to specify if the Min and Max values for the Gauge should be static numbers or come from cells on the report.

  • In Color Ranges, use the ‘Color By’ buttons to specify if color ranges should be percentages of the Max value, static numbers, or come from cells on the report.

  • Use the Add and Remove buttons to create additional colors.

To change a color either use the drop-down or enter a Hex value.

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