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geddyfan
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Can't get Excel table name to be recognized

So I built a Flow many years ago to pull info from an Excel file and use that data to populate a SharePoint list. It has been working perfectly. However due to infrastructure changes, I need to recreate it, and the Excel connector is no longer available, so I'm trying to set it up again using Excel Online (Business). Here's basically what I have:

 

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But whenever I put a file into OneDrive, the flow fails at step two saying "No table was found with the name 'NewHire'" when there clearly is one. I've been searching around, but can't find a solution. It worked fine using the old Excel connector and I can't figure out what I could possibly be doing wrong. 

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Rahber
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Hello,

Are you manually adding the NewHire table name in the Excel Online Connector?

If you open your excel file and press Ctrl+G do you see the table name as NewHire?

 

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Thanks,

Rahber

I'm converting a CSV to XLSX and putting in the table via PowerShell before it gets uploaded to OneDrive. And yes:

 

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