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Anonymous
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Shifting Cell up in Power Query

Hi Experts

 

How would you do the following in Power Query in Power BI. See start and end results in the Image below....

 

In a nutshall i need to shift the cell up in the last 3 columns and replace the null values with the real data which is sitting at the botttom..

 

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V-pazhen-msft
Community Support
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@Anonymous 
Make sure you choose Righter out when merging with duplicated table.

Vpazhenmsft_3-1635745972619.png

 

Please the the solution in the pbix, you can follow the applied steps with your actual model.

result table.PNG

 

 

Best regards
Paul Zheng _ Community Support Team


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V-pazhen-msft
Community Support
Community Support

@Anonymous 
Make sure you choose Righter out when merging with duplicated table.

Vpazhenmsft_3-1635745972619.png

 

Please the the solution in the pbix, you can follow the applied steps with your actual model.

result table.PNG

 

 

Best regards
Paul Zheng _ Community Support Team


If this post helps, please Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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StenbergAleksi
Helper I
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Hello @Anonymous ,

 

what is the data source used in this? Is the source data in this format? If it is and it is somehow correct order.
This ishow you solve it
You duplicate query. Filter only blanks from column. Create an index column and merge it back to table original table.

 

If this solved the issue please accept it as solution 🙂 

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