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How to Load Data Back to the Worksheet in Power Query ?

How to Load Data Back to the Worksheet in Power Query

How to transform and load data 

Once you transform your data, you can load it to the worksheet and use it for further analysis. On the home tab there is a button called “Close and Load” when you click on it you get a drop-down which has options further:

  • Close and Load
  • Close and Load To

  • Once you click on the button, it will show the following options:

  • Select how you want to view this data in your worksheet.
    • Table
    • Pivot Table Report:
    • Pivot Chart
    • Only Create Connection
    • Where do you want to put the Data?
      • Existing Worksheet
      • New Worksheet.
    • Add this data to the Data Model.
  • Just select the table option and new worksheet and don’t tick mark the data model and click OK.

  • The moment you click OK, it adds a new worksheet with the data.

Enable Auto Refresh a Query in Power Query Editor

From all the examples that we have mentioned in our earlier posts and tutorial blogs, this one is the most important. When you create a query, you can make it auto-refresh (you can set a timer).

If you have not checked the tutorial blogs and examples of power query editor, do check it once.

And here are the steps:

  • On the Data tab, click on “Queries & Connections” and you’ll get the Queries and Connection pane on the right side of the window.
  • Now, right-click on the query and tick mark “Refresh every” and enter the minutes.

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