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Power Automate: Populate Excel worksheet without standard rows

Howdy! I realize that this may not be possible or perhaps I should be thinking about Power BI.

I have a flow that grabs Microsoft Form data and adds a row to a spreadsheet. No problem! This works well.

However, I'd like to be able to do the same thing but merge data into a spreadsheet that doesn't have traditional data rows. 

See attached image.

This is essentially a Word-type mail merge.  Is this possible with PA and Excel? The reason I want to use Excel is so that I can apply formulas to the worksheet and manipulate the results.

Thanks in advance for your feedback!


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@mrjasonsweet :


I tried searching but looks like there is no available option to merge data in word format. We do have Document Merge, but I am not sure if it can serve the purpose in your scenario.

"SharePoint Document and Mail Merge is the simple, fast and clean way to merge SharePoint list data into predefined Word, Excel and PowerPoint document templates with NO CODE!"






Thank you for your input here. Interesting find. I'll definitely check it out. 

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