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    Multi string text return in same cell

    Hi,
    Need help composing a schedule
    I have a classroom of 25 kids
    During certain hours some of the kids will attend other training
    What's the best formula to use?
    Header should be M-F

    Vertical column will be 9-4

    I will manually enter the names of the children into a single cell who will be absent during that time period

    In the final column I need the names of the remaining children in a single cell


    What are the best formulas to use?

    Thanks
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    Re: Rusty on my excel skills

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