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Combine data from multiple rows into a single row

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Combine data from multiple rows into a single row

Is there a way to take a single column that is made of 500 rows and have it wrap to 25 columns of 20 rows?

Re: Combine data from multiple rows into a single row

Would you like rows 1-20 of the old data to be in column 1 of the new data, rows 21-40 to be in column 2, rows 41-60 to be in column 3, etc...?

If so, then do the following:

Assuming all of your data is in the range A1:A500, put this formula in cell C1:

=INDEX(\$A\$1:\$A\$500,ROW(C1)+(20*(COLUMNS(\$C\$1:C\$1)-1)))

and copy all the way to cell AA20.

Hope this helps!

PReagan

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