Hi @JulieR, I am not quite sure if you have one row or multiple rows in your input datatable.
But in either case all you have to do is use an Assign value and then you can get the value for the column you are interested.
You can use Assign:
VariableName = InputTable.Rows(0).Item(TableHeaderArray(0)).ToString
But what does that actually do?
Formula says hey you input table! Find me row index 0 and go to column = which is named = 1st item in TableHeaderArray (which here is Column1) and convert the returned value to string
But if you have a datatable which keeps updating to many rows and you are interested in the latest row value for that column then the formula is slightly different (see the image).
This way you can assign all your required Variables in a
Multi Assign activity and thereafter use those variables to fill your form.
Hope this clears things a bit. Cheers!