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Data Alignment in SharePoint 2010


Data Alignment in SharePoint 2010

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We are having alignment issues with our data using Performance Point in SharePoint 2010.

In the sample data below it's quite noticeable that the Gross Rent figure in the Target Timed column is higher than the data in the Actual Timed column.



Has anybody else experienced this using IE9 or now any possible solutions?

The alignment is fine in dashboard designer. (see below)


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