Creating Pivot Table Fields using PowerPivot.

scpournara

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I want to create a template for a Power Query/PowerPivot Power Query file to create a comparison between price sheets that I "Get Data" from in a Folder. The price sheets have 70,000 lines. I am stuck at the point where I am trying to create a New Measure/filter that looks at the Price Sheet Date, the Item and the Price and creates a Pivot Table Field I can then do some comparison calculations against. Can anyone help me with the formula? Thanks.
 

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