troubleshooting Question

merge all cells from all columns into a single list.

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is there an easy way in access, to merge all data in all fields into a single list? I have received some data and it looks like 95% of the cells in most columns are empty, but I need an automatic way to merge all data from all columns which are not blank into a single list of data/column of data. Any suggestions if this can be done? there are over 60'000 rows of data, the first column is full of entries, but then there are dozens of fields and 95%  of them seem to be blank, so merging all cells in the table from all fields, where the cell is not blank would be a great help. Is there also a limit on the number of fields you can import into access?
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