Two independent tables, copy down formulas for variable length master table

schoolie

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Hi, I have a table of data from power query, which I will call the master table. It could grow to many more rows in the future. I have it cleaned and loaded to a sheet/table in excel. I have an adjacent "check" table next to it which will have some vba routines that I can't do in power query. If PQ could do that, I would make it all one table. All I need to do is copy down the formula in my "check" column for as many rows as are return from the master table via power query. If the master table adds more records, my "check" table currently won't automatically add rows the number of rows automatically to match the master table. This should be really simple, but I cant figure how to do it.

Scott

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schoolie

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sorry for some of the typo's. I cannot edit the post. I think y'all will understand it
 

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