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Excel file merge 2 cells with line break

Posted on 2016-11-24
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Hi,

I have column A with "Stephen mathew" and column "B" with "#Stephen #mathew"

Now i want a column that gets as
Stephen mathew
#Stephen #mathew

one below other within a cell

Any help would be highly appretiated.

thanks
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Question by:mtthompsons
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by:Norie
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You could do it by using a simple formula =A1&CHAR(10)&B1 and turning on Wrap Text.

If you want code for it post back.
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DPatel earned 500 total points
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You can also use the below formula to get the same as suggested by Norie

=CONCATENATE(A1,CHAR(10)&CHAR(13),B1)

then word wrap the result column.

Regards,
D Patel
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