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Hi @Paulyeo11 ,
If i understand you correctly, you could click Transform data to open Query Editor, then find the queries under advance editor.
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@Paulyeo11 , You can copy the Power Query Script table. Not Dax script tables as of now.
You can save a pbix with a date table and use it.
Or best you create a calendar table using Addcolumns like
Date = ADDCOLUMNS(CALENDAR(date(2018,01,01),date(2020,12,31)) ,"Month Year", FORMAT([Date],"mmm-yyyy") ,"Month Year sort", FORMAT([Date],"yyyymm") ,"Year" , year([Date]))
You can easily copy paste table from one place to another
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