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=IF(A3<>"",IF(AND(OR(B3<>"","Inclusive Cost Summary"&CHAR(10)&"Total Price "&TEXT(P3,"\$0.00")&CHAR(10)&"Total Tax and Fees "&TEXT(Q3,"\$0.00")&CHAR(10)&"Total Freight "&TEXT(R3,"\$0.00")),""))
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I want to combine two cells with a LineBreak between but when I add CHAR(10) it doesn't affect and they come together
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I need help from my previous expert. Concerning dynamic char
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In GI1 char 17,4 I have 2500 why do get 125 using the formula below =IF(MID(GI1,17,4)>2600,125,150)
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Hi, I am using the following formula to merge a column of cells into a single cell with each value separated by a return: =CONCATENATE(TRANSPOSE(cell range from a different sheet)&CHAR(10)) Once I write the formula, I have been highlighting the inner nested formula (Transpose through Char(10)) and hitting F9. Then, I delete the {} brackets and run the whole CONCATENATE formula on the output of the Transpose formula. My question is twofold: 1. How can I do this formula if for one of the cell ranges there are more than the maximum characters for a formula? 2. Is there a faster way to do this than manually running the inner formula first?
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