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stephane513 Occasional Visitor
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Pivoting Several Columns / List.Sum

Hello

 

I have searching a lot in the messages but could not find a solution to my problem which I feel is pretty straight forward

Here below a simplified extract from a table I want to work on

 

I would want to transform that table having 7 columns

Item / Sum Qty for FY=18 / Sum Sales for FY=18 / Sum Costs for FY=18 / Sum Qty for FY=19 / Sum Sales for FY=19 / Sum Costs for FY=19

 

I tried pivoting/unpivoting

I tried with List.Sum(Table.SelectRows

 

but wasn't able to achieve the result

 

Thanks in advance for your support

 

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Pivoting Several Columns / List.Sum

Hi @stephane513,

 

I have a little confused about your requirement.

 

Is the image you shared your data sample?

 

If it is convenient, could you share your desired output so that I can understand your requirement better and get the solution?

 

Best  Regards,

Cherry

Community Support Team _ Cherry Gao
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