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As per my experience of working with the image is that you should always resize it as per the size of the dashboard. So my questions would be what is the size that you wish to see your dashboard on your screen? Once you decide on any of the W*H then customize your image as per the size. Then go ahead with the preparing the dashboard.
In case you are trying to set this image as the background to your charts then this won't help you either. You will have to add images to the sheet and create charts over it. This things required lot of adjustments.
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Thank you for the reply, as a rookie in Tableau, I am finding it very difficult to build a storyboard that fits multiple screens well.
For eg, I built this storyboard in a large monitor 23 inches, 1920 x 1080 and all the dashboards were being displayed correctly without scrollbars or any overlapping. When I was done building it, I published it on tableau public and it was displayed well on the large monitor. But when I opened that in other computers, it was not being displayed properly, there were scrollbars and overlapping. How do I build it to display well on all monitors?
Link to the storyboard in tableau public: https://public.tableau.com/profile/goutam.gobburu.mohan#!/vizhome/NFLPlayersSalary/NFLSalary
Also attached the workbook file.
Screenshot from Tableau desktop (17 inch)
Screenshot from Tableau Public website (17 inch)