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    Power Query formula - Sum numbers in another table

    How can I sum volumes in another table. I created a calculated column 'Summed Volumes' in the Stock table but getting an error. I need a formula that works like an Excel Vlookup, search for the values in the 'Volumes' table and sum the volumes per customer, region and model. The tables are not related.


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    Re: Power Query formula - Sum numbers in another table

    To do that in PQ you can use a query that groups and sums the volumes table, then merge that with your current query on the three grouping fields.
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    Re: Power Query formula - Sum numbers in another table

    Please try Nestjoin or Merge Query from Ribbon Home

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    Re: Power Query formula - Sum numbers in another table

    Thank you, will use that technique

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    Re: Power Query formula - Sum numbers in another table

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    Re: Power Query formula - Sum numbers in another table

    Thank you so much for the code

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