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Pivot Table



I took an attachment from 365 Office's email and got the spreadsheets in Excel for business. After that, I separeted the spreadsheets that I need and transformed them in a csv table. Is possible to do a Pivot Table with this file? 

Does anyone knows an easier way to do that?



Super User III
Super User III

Hi @Anonymous 


Currently you can't create Pivot table using flow.


I have seen a similar idea at Flow idea Forum.


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