SSRS non-ugly #3: Chart styles

This is the third post in a new series on non-ugly SSRS reports. As I stated in the opening post: SSRS doesn't have to be ugly This week, lots of folks are tweeting and blogging about the new SSRS 2016. Exciting stuff, looks really great! But what about when you're still stuck with one of the RTM versions of
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Power View in Excel 2013 and errors

Sometimes you get an error message that doesn't make any sense. "PC Load Letter" is quite a good example (Office Space, a great movie, shows how users react to such messages 😉 ). Here's an interesting one that I got when using Power View in Excel 2013 based on a tabular model: System.Reflection.TargetInvocationException: System.ComponentModel.Win32Exception (0x80004005):
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