The only part of a sheet that can be "squeezed" is the chart itself. Tableau doesn't really do anything with the title/text. Your second sheet seems to be squeezed a lot because it just can't fit all the bars in the size of the sheet. If you want it to be less squeezed, then resize the sheet as it's placed on the dashboard. You have complete freedom to resize each sheet after it's been placed on the dashboard.
Perhaps I'm not understanding fully. If not, can you let me know what I'm missing?
Also, you can select the container in with all of the sheets exist and select "Distribute Evenly" which will make sure each sheet has the exact same height on the dashboard. That may help as well.
Ken, thanks for replying.
Resizing each sheet in the dashboard would require manually resizing after each time the underlying data changes since the number of rows shown on each bar chart is the result of filters on the underlying data. Not a viable solution I’m afraid.
Selecting the overarching vertical container that holds all 9 sheets and saying distribute evenly would result in wasted white space (assuming I changed from fit height) for those with only a few rows and a vertical scroll bar for the sheets with many rows. Again not really what I’m looking for.
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This is a spin on Ken's response, but if you divvy up your screen space with a few layout containers rather than the single layout container, then allow them to dynamically resize on the fly this should be able to handle the underlying data changes but not stuff up the vizzes you don't want resized.
You can also save some space by hiding column headers, they are taking up a lot of whitespace in your vizzes.