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Power BI videos | Power BI Part 3.2 - Import Multiple Text or Excel Files
Posted by Andrew Gould on 17 June 2019
This video explains how to import multiple text files or Excel files from a folder into a single table in Power BI. You'll learn how to use the Query Editor to append multiple separate queries. You'll see how to use the Get Data tool to import all the files in a folder in a single query. You'll also see how to filter a list of mixed files to import only those that you need for your report and then use the Query Editor to combine them.
This video has the following accompanying files:
|Films Top 10 2013.txt||Text file|
|Films Top 10 2013.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|UK Films Top 10 2014.txt||Text file|
|UK Films Top 10 2014.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|UK Films Top 10 2015.txt||Text file|
|UK Films Top 10 2015.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|UK Films Top 10 2016.txt||Text file|
|UK Films Top 10 2016.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|UK Films Top 10 2017.txt||Text file|
|UK Films Top 10 2017.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|UK Films Top 10 2018.txt||Text file|
|UK Films Top 10 2018.xlsx||Excel workbook|
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