concatenation of multiple cells

shodan

Active Member
Joined
Jul 6, 2005
Messages
486
hi all,

Often I need numbers formatted like this:

'300','200','100',


the workarround I use is as follows:
Book1
BCDEF
9100'100','100',
10200'200','200','100',
11300'300','300','200','100',
12
13Copied as values only'300','200','100',
14
Sheet1


where after the last concatenation i copy/paste values to get the desired result. I was wondering, can this be done with one formula/step?
 

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PaddyD

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download the morefunc addin (see the recommended addins & links thread at the top of the board) & use mconcat()
 
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