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Guy Hunkin

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    Guy Hunkin commented  · 

    Hi Tim,

    I'll be glad if you can share more details about your scenario. What is it that you are trying to achieve? Best if you start a new discussion on this on answers.microsoft.com and share the link to this discussion with me here.

    Guy
    - Excel Team

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    Guy Hunkin commented  · 

    Regarding this one:
    "...Plus this should be a simple thing for a basic PQ user to do. There should be another source option for getting data from with PowerQuery and it should be "This Workbook"..."

    You can open a blank query and write "=Excel.CurrentWorkbook()" command in the formula bar. This will show you all the named ranges (and tables) in your workbook. You can then choose and import the data that you want.

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