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Getting passed the "1000 row limit" when loading in data?

I'm attempting to load in a dataset from a web link and running into an issue where Power BI is only seeing the first 1,000 rows which in turn is not including all the columns.
I have a column where the first 1,000 rows are null so Power BI is not seeing it.
How can I get around the limit to see all the columns?
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Hi @christianunr ,


Please refer to Samarth's answer:

Solved: How to see more then 1000 rows in Power Query Edit...


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Try removing the null rows or try importing all the data to get to see it all.


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Hello, I'm currently using the web option for importing the data. Can you please explain what you mean by, "importing all the data"?

Hello, I meant that load the data into powerbi and then you could see it all and adjust what you want in power query.

Maybe I am loading it in incorrectly? I do the following: Get Data > Web > paste the URL in > then it takes me straight to Transform Data window. Is there another way to load data from a URL? Not sure how to avoid the Transform Data window after I click OK on the URL window.

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