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    Data Connection Formatted as Table without removing connection

    Is there a way to use a data connection to pull in data from an API and format it as a table without removing the connection?

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    Re: Data Connection Formatted as Table without removing connection

    I am not quite sure what you mean by "pull data from an API." If this can be defined as a data source then MS-Query might help.
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