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kdubbeld Frequent Visitor
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Copying Applied Steps in Power BI

Im still new, but I was wondering to apply certain steps from one documents.  And I was hoping to coppy the applied steps from 1 pbix file. And simply paste it in a new one. (same excel document but new report for that week thats rolled out from our environment) 

 

Or would you simply suggest that I simply overwrite the document evrytime? And refresh the data? Because the Copying function doesn't work yet?

 

Thanks in advanced Smiley Very Happy

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mussaenda Member
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Re: Copying Applied Steps in Power BI

You can go to advanced editor and copy the applied steps.  Then paste it to the advanced editor of your new report

 

 

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mussaenda Member
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Re: Copying Applied Steps in Power BI

Hi, @kdubbeld , Both ways are okay. Whichever you are comfortable working with. Copying the applied steps from 1pbix to another pbix of the same document, and/or overwriting.

kdubbeld Frequent Visitor
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Re: Copying Applied Steps in Power BI

Hi, @mussaenda thank you for your fast response. Sorry I may not have been to clear regarding my question. But as show in the screenshot below:

Capture.PNGWhen trying to coppy applied steps, first; 

- you find out that there is no option for copying

 

Second,

- You can't select multiple steps (with shift)

 

Any clue maybe?

 

Or should I suggest this as a new feature?

mussaenda Member
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Re: Copying Applied Steps in Power BI

You can go to advanced editor and copy the applied steps.  Then paste it to the advanced editor of your new report

 

 

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kdubbeld Frequent Visitor
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Re: Copying Applied Steps in Power BI

Thanks!