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Draw several entries from another worksheet and enter them in one cell separated by manual line breaks

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Dear Experts:

I wonder whether the following is feasible with a formula:

I would like to draw the WashingCode Descriptions for different items and enter them in the Column that has got the Description_Formula Header.

The code descriptions are to be separated by a manual line break.

Is this feasible with a formula or do I need VBA programming?

I have attached a similar sample table for your convenience.

Help is very much appreciated. Thank you very much in advance.

Regards, Andreas


ItemCode     WashingCode_1    WashingCode_2      WashingCode_3          Description_Formula
Z1                         101                             102                        103                                 Sterile
                                                                                                                                        Manual Washing
                                                                                                                                        No Rubbing
                                                                                                                                     
Z2                         102                             104                       105                                   Manual Washing
                                                                                                                                        Dry Cleaning
                                                                                                                                        Mild Detergents



On the Second Worksheet (named WashingCodes) the WashingCodes are listed in a table along with their description

WashingCodes                   Description
101                                           Sterile
102                                           Manual Washing
103                                           No Rubbing
104                                           Dry Cleaning
105                                           Mild Detergents

Draw_mulitple_entries_merge_in_one_.xlsx
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Question by:Andreas Hermle
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by:Rob Henson
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In F use the following formula:

=VLOOKUP(B2,Tabelle1[#All],2,FALSE)&CHAR(10)&VLOOKUP(C2,Tabelle1[#All],2,FALSE)&CHAR(10)&VLOOKUP(D2,Tabelle1[#All],2,FALSE)&CHAR(10)&VLOOKUP(E2,Tabelle1[#All],2,FALSE)

Format the cell with Wrap Text enabled.

CHAR(10) is the Ascii code for a Carriage Return.
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Amended to allow for missing or erroneous codes:

=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(B2,Tabelle1[#All],2,FALSE)&CHAR(10),"")&IFERROR(VLOOKUP(C2,Tabelle1[#All],2,FALSE)&CHAR(10),"")&IFERROR(VLOOKUP(D2,Tabelle1[#All],2,FALSE)&CHAR(10),"")&IFERROR(VLOOKUP(E2,Tabelle1[#All],2,FALSE),"")
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by:Andreas Hermle
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Hi Koen,

wow this is awesome, exactly as I wanted it

Hi Rob,
will test it this afternoon and then let you know.

Thank you to both of you ...
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Koen's file has the exact same formula as I posted in my first comment.  The second version just allows for error trapping.
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by:Andreas Hermle
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I suggest splitting the points. Koen, thank you very much for already entering the formula in my sample file, very convenient.

I realy appreciate your great job, Koen and Rob

Have a nice weekend, Andreas
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Yeah Rob was first but i was making the excel..comments are only minutes apart...
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Glad to help.
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