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    Copy applied steps in Excel Power Query

    Is it possible to copy the steps from one power query and apply it to another?

    I can't upload the sheet as the source data is on the server but in the attached image, how can I copy the applied steps from 4x2 1 2mm C 30FT to 4x2 1 2mm C 20FT? Steps.jpg

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    Re: Copy applied steps in Excel Power Query

    Like this https://excel.solutions/2017/11/powe...te-code-video/ ?
    I'm a newbie with PQ, so if my solution can be improved, please let me know. Thanks

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    Re: Copy applied steps in Excel Power Query

    Yeah, this is how I was doing it but I thought it had a simpler way.

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    Re: Copy applied steps in Excel Power Query

    You can right-click any query and duplicate it as a starting point for another.
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    Re: Copy applied steps in Excel Power Query

    Quote Originally Posted by AliGW View Post
    You can right-click any query and duplicate it as a starting point for another.
    This did the trick, thanks

    Still a pain but at least I cut the formatting time down by half.
    Last edited by admat; 02-14-2022 at 01:09 PM.

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