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Posted by Sam Lowrie on 26 July 2021
Exporting data via Export on a visual can be cumbersome and limits what can be done with the data. The Power Automate visual lets you create action flows triggered by a button in Power BI. In this video learn how to capture data in PowerBI and export to an Excel file.
Duration: 8 minutes and 51 seconds
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|Power Automate (Complete).pbix||Power BI report|
|Power Automate 2.pbix||Power BI report|
|Sales table.xlsx||Excel workbook|
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