What is the mac equivalent of ctrl+j in the text to columns wizard?

chimneytop

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I'm writing a macro and one of the steps involves splitting multiple rows in one cell into their own separate rows. What is the equivalent of hitting ctrl+J in the text to columns wizard? I've already tried ⌘+J, ^+J, and ⌥+J, but those aren't working.

If anyone knows of a chart that lists the action in the left column, microsoft keystroke in another column, and mac equivalent in the other, may I please have the address?
 
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