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NicolasB2512
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Transpose Excel Table

Hello,

I'm trying to find a way to transpose an Excel table via Power Automate and then send the result by email. 

Original Table:

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Result:

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What is the way to do this?

Bonus question: what if the original table keeps growing with more rows?

 

Thank you!

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NicolasB2512
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Anyone? Is there something unclear in my question I should clarify? Thanks.

MarconettiMarco
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Hello @NicolasB2512 ,

please see the following video:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwJ73jFEtDQ

 

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BR,

Marco

 

Thanks @MarconettiMarco, I've seen that video before and I understand how to convert to HTML and send the email. But it seems that the starting point of the video is a table where the fields are in columns, whereas I have a flattened table to start with. Hence, my question about transposing my flattened table, so then I can apply the method mentioned in this video.

 

I guess, as a workaround, I can create a table with fields as column in Excel an each cell are referring the ones in the original table, but I was hoping to find a more elegant solution with transposing the table using Power Automate.

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