Close and Load to is the last step in Power Query, but the first step in your reporting process. When I first learned Power Query, I preferred loading the result to Table as I could “see” the result on a worksheet. That’s normal, right?
The more I use Power Query, the more I realize that I rarely load my result to table directly. Most of the time, I load all queries to connection only. This is particularly true when my goal of cleansing/transforming data is for further analysis using Pivot Table (or data modeling).
If your goal is to use the processed data for Pivot Table, load the queries to connection.
In this short video, I will show you how to change the load destination from Table back to Connection only. Also, I will show you why it is better to load the queries to connection only when you are planning to use the result in Pivot Table.
I hope you like this video. 😉