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    Unhappy Multiple rows into single coma separated column

    Hi,

    I need to convert multiple rows data into single coma separated column.

    Example,

    the below multiple rows need to be converted to
    19328
    19509
    21498
    22908
    23342
    24360
    24364
    24542
    24582
    25052
    30846
    31243
    32795

    a single coma separated column like
    19328, 19509, 21498, 22908, 23342, 24360, 24364, 24542, 24582, 25052, 30846, 32795

    row limit needs to be unlimited rows.
    Last edited by karanjuz4u; 10-12-2010 at 06:09 PM.

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    Re: Multiple rows into single coma separated column

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    Re: Multiple rows into single coma separated column

    Hi karanjuz4u

    Welcome to the forum.

    Are you sure that is what you want? And why would you ever want to do it?

    Assuming your data is in ColumnA begining in row 2
    Put this in B2
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    Drag/Fill Down to the last row.

    Copy The last row of columnB and Paste Special > Values to your destination cell.

    Delete what you no longer need.
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    Re: Multiple rows into single coma separated column

    Thank you so much, this is working. I'm writing SQL query which needs data in this format.
    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcol View Post
    Hi karanjuz4u

    Welcome to the forum.

    Are you sure that is what you want? And why would you ever want to do it?

    Assuming your data is in ColumnA begining in row 2
    Put this in B2
    Please Login or Register  to view this content.
    Drag/Fill Down to the last row.

    Copy The last row of columnB and Paste Special > Values to your destination cell.

    Delete what you no longer need.

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    Re: Multiple rows into single coma separated column

    Thank you

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