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ez1138
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Populate Word, Pulling from Two Lists

Hi, using the populate word piece is great and super-straight forward.  I like it.  What I can't do effectively is to pull from two lists to populate the fields.  My starting point was a list called "leads", I run a flow from that and two columns are used as lookups.  One is Contact and the other is Company.  Since the list has a lookup restriction I can't simply add the other columns of data I need from those lists in the new lists or nothing works, including the flow.  I have seen a few posts that use a query and some "get item" or "get items" from SharePoint.  I suppose I just can't figure out how to make it work.

 

The solid arrows below show the main pieces I was pulling, Contact and Company.

 

Any insight is appreciated!

 

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Super User III

Hi @ez1138 

 

Are you available for a screen share? 

 

Thanks



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Hi @ez1138 ,

 

What is the relationship between the two lists.

 

Best regards,

Alice       

 

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Hi, the list I’m using is my leads list and where I’m pulling is the contacts and the company lists within the leads list. Because I can’t have too many look ups since it errors out I’m trying to pull the details from the contacts and company lists and displayed in the populate word.

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