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Excel VBA - add column headers to concatenated strings

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The attached file has some nice code which gets the values of several columns and concatenates them into a single string in one column.
Now I cannot figure out how to add the column header before each value.
What this would to is identify each value from the field it came from.  So, right now, each concatenated value is separated by a "|" pipe character.  What I'd like to do is add the column (| Q2-comment - text ... | Q3-comment - text etc.)
What I tried was an additional For each loop which just got the headers on the source page (row one, every column), and then just adding that as a Sheet.Cell.Value at the beginning.
That might work in theory, but as far as syntax, logical order and program flow -- I have no idea why it didn't work.
Thanks for your help.
sampleText-addTag-toConcatenate.xls
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