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Making Random Output of Cells in Excel

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Ok experts,

I used the =A1 & " " &text(B1,"$#,#0.00") formulae in cell D1 to combine cells A1 & B1

Now i'm wondering if its possible to:

1. Make cells D1 all the way through to D17 appear in cell F1 through F17 listing randomly

I have attached an example..


Thanks in advance
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See this link Shuffle a list on Chandoo's web site.


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Hi,

If you want XL to do the sorting,

pls try this

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Fantastic  Rgonzo1971.........
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