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Good day everyone i was wondering if I could get some assistance. I am working with excel and have some cells in a column with the values below. Of this one column  EX: C1 in each row could vary as far as the number of delimited items. If I could I would like a macro that will append to the last item in this column C1-105 and I could be prompted or manually type in a entry to append to this column, thanks


C1-C105
one group; doe, john; jane, mary; two group
onegroup;another person; onemoreperson; evenmoreperson
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by:Phillip Burton
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Don't know what you want - please explain more clearly.
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by:Rob Henson
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Assuming you have a list of names in column A, the following in C2 will concatenate the names as they increase:

=C1&"; "A2

Copy down as required and then copy further as entries are added to column A.

Thanks
Rob H
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I will try to explain a different way. The first file is before what I have "before-presentlywhat I have.JPG". I presently have a column full of data seperated by a semi-colon. I wanted to automate adding another name and appending this after the last entry in the column. I have noted what the finished file should look like with the name "need-the-macro-to-do.JPG". Please let me know if this provides some clarity.
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by:Phillip Burton
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Sub AddNewgroup
Introw = 1
Do until cells(introw, 3) =""
  cells(introw, 3) = cells(introw, 3) & ";newgroup"
  introw = introw + 1
Loop
End sub
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Phillip Burton earned 500 total points
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Please make sure that you have saved your spreadsheet beforehand, as the changes are not undo able.

The word newgroup should be Newgroup in the code above.
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by:Rob Henson
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In B2 enter value required to be added to values in C. Then in D put formula:

=C2&$B$2&";"

Copy down as required. Then copy and paste values into C.


Repeat with new value in B2 as required.
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by:Hakan Yılmaz
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Select the cells you want to add group to and run, addgrouptoselectedcells
Select the cells you want to remove group from and run, removegroupfromselectedcells


Option Explicit

Const groupdelimiter As String = ";"

Sub addgrouptoselectedcells()
    Dim newgroupname As String
    newgroupname = InputBox("New group name", "Append new group", "New Group")
    addgroup Selection, newgroupname
End Sub

Sub removegroupfromselectedcells()
    Dim groupname As String
    groupname = InputBox("Group name", "Remove group", "Group name")
    removegroup Selection, groupname
End Sub

Sub addgroup(ByRef groupstoappend As Range, ByVal newgroupname As String)
    Dim itercell As Range
    For Each itercell In groupstoappend
        itercell.Value = itercell.Value2 & IIf(Len(itercell.Value2) > 0, groupdelimiter, "") & newgroupname
    Next itercell
End Sub

Sub removegroup(ByRef groupstoremovefrom As Range, ByVal groupname As String)
    Dim itercell As Range
    For Each itercell In groupstoremovefrom
        itercell.Value = Replace(itercell.Value2, groupname & groupdelimiter, "")
        itercell.Value = Replace(itercell.Value2, groupdelimiter & groupname, "")
        itercell.Value = Replace(itercell.Value2, groupname, "")
        itercell.Value = Replace(itercell.Value2, groupdelimiter & groupdelimiter, "")
    Next itercell
End Sub

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