To not show the sheet Titles you can right click on the sheet, and until the 'Show Title'. In order to loose the headers from the 2nd sheet, you can (within the sheet, or within the dashboard) right click on the header (in the dashboard), or from it's pill (if you are in the sheet) and untick the 'Show Header' option.
Let me know if this doesn't work for you, and I'll give you a more detailed explanation (with images)
Thanks for the reply, I think I did not explain the problem properly.
The problem I am having, is that I am creating an age and gender profile from the same data source for 2 campaigns A and B
Once I create the dashboard, I have the campaign names for both the age and gender, I was wondering if there is a way to show the campaign name A and B only once and then place the age profile below the gender. So it would look something like this
Please ignore the repeating tables, use the first as an example.
Name 1 Name 2 Male 1 2 Female 3 4 20 to 30 1 2 30 to 40 3 4 Name 1 Name 2 Male 1 2 Female 3 4 20 to 30 1 2 30 to 40 3 4
I'm sure it's me! but I'm still a little confused as to the requirement not being what I originally suggested!
As such I've mocked up and example, so can you let me know what you want to get to. The dashboard on the attached only has one set of headings, and then your 2 segment groupings.
btw I've created this in T8, in case you are still on T8, but feel free to return in any version (I've got 8.2-9.1). I've also attached the data, in case you need to alter the structure to reflect your situation.
THANKS FOR THIS!!!
Your first suggestion was correct, It has worked, looks like I misunderstood your first explanation.
Excellent. Yes the hiding of headers is very very useful. It means you can create the layout/structure you want (sometimes using Rank/Index...etc. and then hide them in the final version).
Can you mark the question as answered, as it closes off this question and is helps other users with the same problem find the answer quicker. Thanks