How do I flip a data table 180 degrees?

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I have a data table that I need to reverse the sequence of the rows so the bottom row becomes the top row. Can this be done without sorting on a specific column?

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No, you can't, but you can add a new column that contains (1,2,3,....) and then sort all data depending on it.

@SSILVER31 , Here are a couple of options : First using the new dynamic array tables and the second using power query. See attached...