Adding Carriage Return with MCONCAT

Jim-in-I

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Is there a method to add a new line (carriage return) between the items resulting from MCONCAT?

=MCONCAT(range_1)

This works good with the cell Text Wrap feature, but my range items vary greatly in length and appear disjointed. I would like to have each item appear on a separate line.

Any ideas?
 

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Jim-in-I

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Thanks Juan,

I included the "CHAR(10)" option within my MCONCAT statement:
=MCONCAT(range_1,CHAR(10))
However, the range includes many blank cells, and this resulted in large spaces between each item.

Thanks again for the help, I will continue to explore methods to eliminate the blank lines.
 

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