troubleshooting Question

Formula or Macro needed to perform "smart concatenation with seperators"

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Gurus,

I have an excel workbook with approx. 20 columns (CFP, CPA, etc, etc).  Most rows are "blank" but occasionally there is a "yes" in a column.

I need a formula or macro to read each column (per row), convert the "yes" to the appropriate column heading, and add a separator (, ) if there is another item in a new "concatenated column).

So, the end result would look like this:   CFP, CPA      or CFP     or    CFP, CPA, ChFc

Thanks in advance!!
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