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    Question Excel2016 - PowerQuery (Multiple Data Sources)

    Hi,
    I have two data sources that are unrelated. I tried but was unable to add both Data Sources to ONE workbook. Ideally, I'd like this one workbook to have one sheet with a PowerQuery Pivot Table from DataSource A, and the second sheet with a PowerQuery PivotTable from DataSource B. Next month, I'd like to update this workbook with all the new information to DataSource A and DataSource B.

    Is this possible?

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    Re: Excel2016 - PowerQuery (Multiple Data Sources)

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    Re: Excel2016 - PowerQuery (Multiple Data Sources)

    Whoops, here's the other post: https://www.excelguru.ca/forums/show...one-Workbook-)

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    Re: Excel2016 - PowerQuery (Multiple Data Sources)

    There are instructions at the top of the page explaining how to attach your sample workbook.

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    Re: Excel2016 - PowerQuery (Multiple Data Sources)

    Steps to bring each into PQ
    1. Data-->From Text/CSV
    2. Select Location
    3. Import First File to PQ
    4. Perform necessary action in PQ
    5. Close and Load, will place data in new sheet
    Repeat for second file.

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    Re: Excel2016 - PowerQuery (Multiple Data Sources)

    Quote Originally Posted by alansidman View Post
    Steps to bring each into PQ
    1. Data-->From Text/CSV
    2. Select Location
    3. Import First File to PQ
    4. Perform necessary action in PQ
    5. Close and Load, will place data in new sheet
    Repeat for second file.
    This was perfect, thank you alansidman!

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