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PCarson00
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Merged columns not behaving as expected

I have two tables, merged into one. Now when I produce a table visual in power BI, I filter by certain criteria. It looks fine except one of the columns is not behaving as it should.

 

Now when I filter by one type, in my example below column A - isolating AA1 - It should be producing duplicate values in column C from the original data source but instead it is giving different values.

 

Unfortunately I cannot provide the real data but hopefully this is enough to explain? Table 1 and 2 merge to bottom table.

 

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amitchandak
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@PCarson00 , Looking at data it should be two column join, you can select second column in merge by using Ctrl+click

 

If not what is expected output on sample data

 

If this does not help
Can you share sample data and sample output in table format?

 

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