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Pricey79
Helper V
Helper V

Data all in one Row

Hello
I was hoping someone could help me please

I have a table of data with multiple columns. One of these columns is called RECORD , and this is used to differentate records, Record 1, Record 2, Record 3 etc.

If I filter to a record, say Record 1 , I only have one row of data but with multiple columns for that row. For example, the Owner of the record and the due date that record AND the Owner of the check of the previous Owners task and a due date

 

How can I split this out to have one table with separate rows?

An example of what it currently is:

 

Pricey79_1-1692713611149.png

 

An example of what I want it to be:

Pricey79_0-1692713496014.png

 

Any help much appreciated

 

Thank you 

 

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CharbelArmaleh
Resolver II
Resolver II

Hello,

 

you can do that using PowerQuery,

1- duplicate the table and remove the Column B and C

2- append the 2 tables again

 

Regards

 

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@CharbelArmaleh  Thank you for taking the time to reply. 

If I had more columns, say an F and G column. Would I just repeat the process and append the 3 tables please?

yes if you have to create a third line for F and G

 

Regards

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