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Andie
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Creating a table with a class schedule

 
 

At our school, we use Office 365. My task is to make a mobile app where each user (student) shows the schedule for today. Our school website allows you to download an excel spreadsheet , which is my database. In the table itself, classes, lessons, and teachers are displayed in separate columns and have their own indicator (id). At the same time, there is one large table that contains all the IDs of classes, teachers, and lessons. I need to use Power Apps to connect all the IDs and this large table into one. How to link one column to another?Аннотация 2020-03-07 214733.pngАннотация 2020-03-07 214814.png.

 
 
 
 
 
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WarrenBelz
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If you format each area as a separate table in Excel, you can reference them as four separate data sources and do the Lookups in PowerApps. You will need to put the ID in each table for the "common key".

 

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Andie
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The table cannot be changed

OK @Andie 

The three categories all have a different number of items - that is the first issue.

If they were all the same number, I guess it may be possible with a rather complex looping process bringing it all in, counting the rows, dividing by three and patching the last two groups to the first one, however it is not something I have ever attempted.

 

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