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This exercise is provided to allow potential course delegates to choose the correct Wise Owl Microsoft training course, and may not be reproduced in whole or in part in any format without the prior written consent of Wise Owl.
In OneDrive, choose to upload the Excel workbook in the above folder:
Choose this option to upload a file. The workbook contains the top 110 towns and cities in the UK by population, divided into 11 regions. Someone has thoughtfully created a table for each of these 11 regions.
The aim of this exercise is that you should be able to set a variable to the name of one of these regional tables in a flow, and then get the flow to send yourself an email containing all of the towns and cities in the region you selected:
This is the email you'd receive if you set your variable to EnglandNorthWest for example.
Create a flow called Exercise NN - show cities for a given region (the clue as to what it will do is in the name!) to contain the following actions:
What it should do
Initalize a variable
Set a variable called RegionName to hold (say) EnglandNorthWest, or any of the other table names in the workbook.
List rows present in a table
Get the rows in the table you've chosen.
Test this to check it works, then add in a Create HTML table action to list out each town/city name and its population:
If you find that you can't select the values on the right using dynamic content, see the notes below for how to proceed.
If you find that you can't choose the Place and Population columns to include in your HTML as dynamic content, here are the expressions you should type in instead (you'll learn much more about these expressions later in the course!):
Town or city
Initialise another variable called css to hold the pasted contents of the text file in the above folder, then send yourself an email containing this css variable followed by the output from your Create HTML table action:
Your Send email action could look something like this.
Test that your flow sends you a different (nicely formatted) list of towns/cities for different regions!
You can find other training resources for the subject of this exercise here:
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