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How to take contents from a COLUMN of data and place as an array in a SINGLE CELL?

Posted on 2011-09-29
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My data in Excel 2010 looks like this in a single column:

861.32,
861.22,
861.21,
860.5,
860.4,
860.2,
860.1,
860.0,
854.09,
854.06,
854.05,

I need it to be transposed INTO a SINGEL CELL and have it look like this:

861.32, 861.22, 861.21, 860.5, 860.4, 860.2, 860.1, 860.0, 854.09, 854.06, 854.05,

There are about 1300 codes in the list...FYI....

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Assuming the data is in column A starting in A1.

Put this in B2:

=A1 & A2

and this in B3

=B2&A3

then copy down from B3.

You can quickly do that by double clicking the bottom right of the cell (B3).
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by:MIKE
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This will work for what I'm trying to do....THANKS!
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by:Norie
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Were you looking for code?
Dim arrVals
Dim strVals

arrVals = Range("A1", Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp)).Value

strVals = Join(Application.Transpose(arrVals), "")

Range("B1") = strVals

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By the way I just noticed there might be an extra comma at the end.

Do you want to keep that?
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