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Excel Power Query Merge Issue

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Hi. I got the following result from merging the two queries further on using the PartID
as the common or primary column. I expected to see the Name column there too

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Pratima Pharande earned 500 total points
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try this in previous link

1.In the Preview grid, click the NewColumn expand icon ( ).
2.In the Expand drop-down:
a.Click (Select All Columns) to clear all columns.
b.Click the columns from the related table to add to the primary table.
c.Click OK.
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