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Module.Versions Function In Power Query

Module.Versions Function In Power Query
The ever-vigilant folks on the internet have spotted that there’s a new M function in the latest versions of Power BI and Excel: Module.Versions. This function, at the time of writing, returns a record with a single field in that contains the version number of the Power Query engine currently in use. So for example … Continue reading Module.Versions Function In Power Query

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