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Copy data from three cells into one divided by line break

Posted on 2011-03-17
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Hi,

I want to copy text from three cells (e.g A1, B1 and C1) into D1.
Each text string should be divided by line break.

For example
A1: 1
B1: 2
C1: 3
should be shown as
1
2
3
inside the cell D1

I tried the formula =A1 & CHAR(10) & B1 & CHAR(10) & C1 but that didnt do the trick.
Any suggestions?
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You have to format the cell to wrap text first.
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For cell D1 right click then go to Alignment tab -> Text Control make sure to select Wrap text.
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doh, thanks :)
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