Dale needs to upload listings to eBay. One of the tough fields is the Gallery field, where the names of several images need to be in a single Cell separated by semi-colons (Bill1.jpg;Bill2.jpg;Bill3.jpg). Given two cells that contain the image prefix and the number of images, can an Excel Formula generate this gallery list? It feels like there should be an Array Formula to do this, but I had to resort to a VBA User Defined Function to solve the problem in Episode #1865.

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