I have a lot of data I'll need to move from one column into one single cell separated by comma space. The data is letters and numbers. I've tried the TEXTJOIN feature and it's not working. Any ideas?
Needs to be: 234AB234, 9430D5423K, KENO934DW, 9443G74K
you can use Concatenate function or "&" sign between adresses to add multiple text together for example if you have 234AB234 in cell A1 and 9430D5423K in cell A2:
=A1 &", " A2
formula will gibe "234AB234, 9430D5423K" as result
To add to erol sinan's formula, in cell B2, enter the formula =B1&", "&A3, then use the auto fill handle to copy it down.
TEXTJOIN doesn't work since you don't have it (you are not Office365 subscriber) or that's something else?
@Sergei Baklan I have experienced the same issue (TEXTJOIN doesn't work) while attempting to combine data from 33 rows into a single row separated by a comma. Do you know of another method that does not require extensive data entry?
@shayalynn , several ways without it
plus with PivotTable