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Re: Save Multiple Records to SharePoint List

Thanks!  Soultion is: 



ForAll(
Split(DataCardValue14.Text, Char(10)), /* <-- Split the Employee Numbers text string into an array */
Patch( 'YourSPListDataSource', Defaults('YourSPListDataSource'), { Employee_x0020_Number:Result, Start_x0020_Date:DataCardValue2.SelectedDate, End_x0020_Date:DataCardValue3.SelectedDate, Reason_x0020_Code:DataCardValue4.Selected.Value, Comment:DataCardValue5.Text, BU:DataCardValue6.Selected.Value } )
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