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to export data from excel to notepad as semicolon and side to side

Posted on 2013-10-25
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I have one excel file and it consists of the cell of 468 and I need them in word or notepad as semicolon between each other
for example

in Excel

1.Test1
2.Test2
3.Test3
--
--
--
468.test 468

and I would like them within notepad or word as semicolon between each other as sequentially and side to side

Test1;Test2;Test3;Test4 ............ ;Test468

how can I do this? thanks
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Question by:TRocex
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als315 earned 300 total points
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You can use this function:
Public Function Concat(R As Range) As String
Dim c
Concat = ""
For Each c In R
        Concat = Concat & c.Value & ";"
Next
Concat = Left(Concat, Len(Concat) - 1)
End Function

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Concat.xls
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by:TRocex
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thanks so how I should run your function or where should I write this function in excel?
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by:als315
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Look at sample. There is function and example. You can press Alt+F11 and in Module1 you will see Function
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by:Paul Sauvé
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Another approach is to copy the Excel column as a table to Word and use the Table to Text function with a semicolon as a delimiter!
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