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Dec 10, 2012
Hi guys,
I wonder if someone could help me with this query. I wish to get all the possible unique combinations out of this table. From Single column to Wireless/None column. So there should always be 7 combination for every turn. The order of these categories is very important so I can't have a reversed combination.
The very first combi i could get is Single, R, BAL, Trans, English, SR, Wireless
The next might be Single, AC, BAL, Trans, English, SR, Wireless
Then Single, RAC, BAL, Trans, English, SR, Wireless and so on...


Is there a way I can do this faster or easier. I use concatenate formula but I lost track of the cell reference in the middle as there are lots of them. I adjust them row by row, combi by combi. Maybe a different formula? or Macro.

I appreciate if someone could help me. Thanks in advance.

Jun M

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