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I'm using several .csv files in PowerBI in a folder. I needed to make a change to data in one of the files. PowerBI is no longer recognizing the file delimiter (comma) and the file is no longer being imported into the table in BI. Has anyone ever experienced this?

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Hi @filipebamartins ,

Please try:

1. set the QuoteStyle parameter to QuoteStyle.Csv.


Csv.Document - PowerQuery M | Microsoft Learn


2. Or conver the csv file to xlsx file.


What content did you edit? I tested and did not reproduce this behavior. 

Version: 2.116.622.0 64-bit (April 2023)


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Hi Filipe
How do you edit the csv file? If you are using Excel make sure to save as csv too, instead of saving as xlsx workbook.

Yes, saved as .csv

after I edited the file .csv Power Query is not recognizing the delimiter.

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