One doubt I had a while ago and wanted to confirm now.If I refer to a query, I just type '= NameQuery'.
Now, is it possible to refer to a step of the query, not the result of the query, as I exemplified?
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Hi @PietroFarias ,
I still have a little confused about your question.
It seems that you want to refer to the steps in another query.
If so, I'm afraid that we cannot achieve that directly with typing '= NameQuery'.
By my research, there is no good solution for your requirement in power query.
As a workaround, you could delete the steps you don't need for reference in query 2 and then you could refer to the query 2 in query 1.
Maybe @ImkeF will have other ideas.
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