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How do specify a dynamic Range in Create Excel Table Action

Given: a SharePoint docu library with an Excel file

 

I need to create a new Sheet in the Excel file (triggered by a Form Request)   (achieved SheetABC )

and

I need to create a TABLE in the Excel Sheet (SheetABC)  that was created   (how do i do this , i need to specify the Range in the Action  and i want the range to be in SheetABC!$A:$H  ,  the Sheet created in the previous step.

 

 Flow and Excel Table.JPG

 

 

 

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Hi @JenVitug,

 

According to your description, I tried to create a flow format the sheet created in the previous step to a table with the range to be $A:$H. However, it returned error message said that “A table cannot overlap another table”.

Per my certain research, I am afraid that dynamic content in Table name field has not been supported yet. As in my flow, in order to use get the worksheet created in the previous step, I have to use the dynamic content from the previous action. So it failed.

Besides, I have seen a similar request on Flow Ideas Forum, please vote the idea at here, PGs will take hot ideas into consideration first in the future releases:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/Dynamic-content-in-File-amp-Table-inputs-Excel-Busine...

 

Best regards,

Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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