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Combine multiple tables into one pivot

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    Combine multiple tables into one pivot

    I have tables, one per month, that represent (among other things) sales items, and sale quantity. Now the tables are all very similar, but as not every item is sold every month, there are some small differences. What I want to be able to do is merge all of these tables together into one pivot, which I can use to quickly display total sales for a year. I did some research, and what I ended up doing was loading all of my tables into a data model and creating a pivot table from that. Now I have 12 tabs in my pivot table field (one per month), that individually I can sort fine, but I cannot find a way to combine them. Is there a way to fix this using the data model? If not, is there a better way I could have gone about doing this?

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    Re: Combine multiple tables into one pivot

    You can merge the individual tables into one and then create a pivot table off the result using Power Query.

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    Re: Combine multiple tables into one pivot

    I'll give this a try, thank you!

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