I don't think tableau has such feature to dynamically reduce the width of the same.
However you can do one think, use your sheets as floating objects and place them manually to hide the grey line.
I've attached the workbook. Have a look
Book1.twbx 1.4 MB
Thank you for the help Mahfooj. Actually I do not need dynamic resizing. I simply want to remove this grey line between the title and its content. I see no logical reason why Tableau would have these few pixels as they are one and the same element (Title + Content of the same worksheet).
As you can see in my screenshot that gray line below "Pressure Score" is pretty ugly and is due to the background of the dashboard being gray. I simply want to remove it.
Your suggestion of using floating dashboard in this case would not work because this title is not a separate element but the title of the sheet itself. Please let me know if my explanation are not clear.
Okay! You can do one thing change the background colour of your dashboard to white and worksheet colour as well as title colour to grey then select the dashboard layout and change the colour to grey. It will hide the white line from title and worksheet. See the attached workbook.
From dashboard layout you can select the container of your entire worksheet. Here also change the format.
I hope this will help.
However I've attached the sample workbook. Have a look.
Book1_1.twbx 1.4 MB
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Thanks a lot Mahfooj. Truly appreciate the guided illustration and time taken to answer this.
Interesting that we can do it in any color other than white! My main goal is to make each card "stand up" so I guess your workaround will work. Thanks again!!
Kindly mark it as correct answer so that thread gets complete!
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I know this post is older but I have a workaround that may work for this situation.
Rather than utilizing the title that is available on the sheet, I would recommend hiding the title and adding a textbox above the worksheet you pasted into your dashboard. From there you can remove the padding that defaults between objects by clicking on the layout tab and changing the outer padding to 0. This will then remove the spaces and your objects will look seamless. Hope this helps.