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aashton
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New table of only related values

Hello,

I have a Leads table that links to Applications on Email.  Applications then links to Contracts on Application ID.  How can I create a table of only Contracts that belong to Leads (the Contracts table has much more that do no link)?  I've tried, 

Lead Contracts = FILTER('Contracts Signed', NOT(ISEMPTY(Leads))), but get the wrong results.
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parry2k
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@aashton very hard to provide any solution, I would recommend putting some sample file together with the expected output and share to see what can be done.



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parry2k
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@aashton what does this relation look like? Just pointing out how tables are connected doesn't help. Need to provide more details on the relationship, one to many, many to many, which side is one and which is many?



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@parry2k  Oh yes sorry about that.  Both are many-to-many...Yes I know.  But it was just a bunch of spreadsheets the user kept, it was all a mess, really hard to work with.

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