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ephramz
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Helper II

How do i duplicate rows

How do I duplciate rows based on column value in another table

E.g.

Table 1
Customers   Sales Number  Order Number  Year
Alex               1111111           111222            2015
Alex               1111111           111222            2016
Alex               1111111           111222            2017


Table 2
Customers   Sales Number  Order Number  Sales   
Alex               1111111           111222            200
Alex               1111111           111222            300
Alex               1111111           111222            400

Desired Output
Customers   Sales Number  Order Number  Sales   Year
Alex               1111111           111222            200     2015
Alex               1111111           111222            200     2016
Alex               1111111           111222            200     2017
Alex               1111111           111222            300     2015
Alex               1111111           111222            300     2016
Alex               1111111           111222            300     2017
Alex               1111111           111222            400     2015
Alex               1111111           111222            400     2016
Alex               1111111           111222            400     2017

I know that there is a custom column in the power quer editor, however im unsure what the formula might be.

The 2 table have matching columns "Customers   Sales Number  Order Number"

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amitchandak
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SivaMani
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@ephramz,

Use Merge Queries in Query Editor - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-query/merge-queries-overview

  1. Select Merge Queries or Merge Queries As New (if you want the output as a new table)
  2. Choose the tables and join column (use Ctrl + Click to select multiple columns)
  3. Select Join Kind and click ok
  4. Check the last column and click the Expand icon on the column's right top side
  5. Choose the columns that you want
Best Regards,
Siva Mani
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SivaMani
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@ephramz,

Use Merge Queries in Query Editor - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-query/merge-queries-overview

  1. Select Merge Queries or Merge Queries As New (if you want the output as a new table)
  2. Choose the tables and join column (use Ctrl + Click to select multiple columns)
  3. Select Join Kind and click ok
  4. Check the last column and click the Expand icon on the column's right top side
  5. Choose the columns that you want
Best Regards,
Siva Mani
Proud to be a Super User!
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

 

 

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

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