When a table is created in Excel, Power Query assumes that all data belongs in table rows. However, a data source might have a first row that contains column names. To make sense of the data, you might need to promote the first table row to column headers.
Promote a row to a column header in Excel Print
Created by: Shekhar Rathour
Modified on: Fri, 31 Jul, 2020 at 10:47 PM
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