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Dates Not in Chronological Order

Why can't I sort these in order?:

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@fhill I've figured it out now. Thanks! I created a formula and sorted it by the formula in my table:

 

YearMonthInt = 'Case'[Year]*100 + 'Case'[Month Number]

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Under modeling, what's the Data Type of your 'Month & Year' measure?  If it's Text, have you tried chaning it to a date format?

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@fhill I've figured it out now. Thanks! I created a formula and sorted it by the formula in my table:

 

YearMonthInt = 'Case'[Year]*100 + 'Case'[Month Number]

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