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Transpose tables before combining

I have a folder with a growing number of files. How can I transpose each file, then combine them? Thanks!

 

File 1:

Date1/1/20231/2/2023
Amount$50$60

 

File 2:

Date1/3/20231/4/2023
Amount$70$80

 

Desired end result:

DateAmount
1/1/2023$50
1/2/2023$60
1/3/2023$70
1/4/2023$80
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wdx223_Daniel
Super User
Super User

Table.Combine(List.Transform(Folder.Files("your folder")[Content],each Table.PromoteHeaders(Table.Transpose(Excel.Workbook(_)[Data]{0}))))

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wdx223_Daniel
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Super User

Table.Combine(List.Transform(Folder.Files("your folder")[Content],each Table.PromoteHeaders(Table.Transpose(Excel.Workbook(_)[Data]{0}))))

ppm1
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Use the Combine & Transform feature and in the transform sample query select your non-date column(s), right click and choose "Unpivot other columns".

 

Pat

 

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