I have a PQ table that I've sorted in the editor, but when I load it as a table in the Excel file, the rows come out unsorted. What am I doing wrong? (I am selecting Load to a Table, and Add to the Data model)
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Hi @ARamirez1970 ,
Glad you solved the problem temporarily by yourself, you can also refer to the solutions in these similar threads:
Solved: Problem with order of rows from query editor to ap... - Microsoft Power BI Community
Power Query does not maintain row order while loading to the Table and - Microsoft Community
Hope it helps!
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Thanks. It was actually through an index column that I noticed the table was loading in a pseudo-random order. I managed to get rid of it by unchecking "Add to the data model"
You are not doing anything wrong. There is no guaranteed sort order, neither in Power Query nor in Power BI. Add an index column if you need deterministic behavior.
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