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    Does anyone know how to display an array in a cell without having to type each thing and concatenating like array(1) & array(2) & array(3) & etc
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    What do you mean by Array1 etc?

    Is this in a Sub?

    A very concise example could make your question much clearer.

    If you mean a range of cells?

    One could create a User-Defined Function to concatenate a single range?

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    On 2002-04-04 12:03, Casey wrote:
    Does anyone know how to display an array in a cell without having to type each thing and concatenating like array(1) & array(2) & array(3) & etc
    thanks
    Casey
    Dowload Longre's morefunc.zip from:

    http://perso.wanadoo.fr/longre/excel/downloads/

    that contains a UFD, called MCONCAT.

    =MCONCAT(A1:A5,",")

    will concatenate the values in A1:A5, separated by commas.

    =MCONCAT(A1:A5,",")&","&MCONCAT(B1:B5,",")

    will do the same for two ranges of values.

    Aladin

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