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Power BI Problem creating relationship between two queries

In Power BI I am trying to create a relationship between two queries as shown in the image below but am getting the error shown in the image. I am not sure why this is because I have copied the column [Store Brand] into Excel and made sure this comprised of unique values only. I have tried all three options on cardinality and don't understand why the option I chose doesn't work. Could someone please explain this and how cardinality works? Thanks




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Tom Farrar

8/22/2022 - Mon
Tom Farrar

How did you make sure the StoreBrand column was unique in Excel?
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Hi Tom. I copied the data into Excel then sorted the data by the key column. Finally I added a formula that would be TRUE if the cell above the current cell was equal to it. I copied this formula down

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