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Creating Stunning Dashboards with QlikView by Swizec Teller

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General navigation

As a QlikView designer, it is your task to organize data in a way that lets the users navigate comfortably through it and create structures that allow them to easily find what they are looking for. In a way, a good navigation schema is like your Internet connection. If it works well, nobody notices. If not, be prepared for a tidal wave of complaints.

Tab row

Just as books are structured in chapters, QlikView applications are divided into tabs in order to organize the information. Most of the time, you can rely on the standard tab row to do this job. However, if you need some extra spice in your interface, you can manage the sheets manually via buttons and actions. Just go to Settings |Document Properties | General and select the ...

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