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guyatisk
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Delete rows based on content of field

In power query, is there a way to remove rows if a certain string is contained in a field?  So if "abc" or "xyz" exist in a field named "Charge", I do not want that ending up in the dataset.  Is there a way to filter/remove those rows?  Thanks for the information

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guyatisk
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Found it - 

Table.SelectRows(#"Added custom 3", each not Text.Contains([Charge], "ABC") or [Charge] <> "XYZ"))
 
I will keep this here for anyone who might need it

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guyatisk
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Found it - 

Table.SelectRows(#"Added custom 3", each not Text.Contains([Charge], "ABC") or [Charge] <> "XYZ"))
 
I will keep this here for anyone who might need it

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