Hey all.

Back once again with a new problem.

So here is my deal.

I have a list of terms in a spreadsheet. Assume they start in cell A1 and they descend down for the next 300 cells. Basically I need to pull those terms into a single text string where the terms are comma delimited.

Any suggestions?

What I have been doing is concatenating them so they all end with a comma, copy them 25 at a time, pasting values and transposing then running a concatenate formula for the 25 terms. Do this 10-15 times to create that many comma delimited lists then concatenate those lists to create one all in one list.

Example:

The list (starting in A1) looks like this:

Dog

Cat

House

Car

Boat

Mom

Dad

but I need:

Dog,Cat,House,Car,Boat,Mom,Dad

If possible to do this with a formula please do so as my knowledge of using VBA modules is limited but if this must be done using VBA please realize that I'm in the thrid grade compared to your knowledge so please explain how to implement the module as clearly as possible.

Thanks!

Back once again with a new problem.

So here is my deal.

I have a list of terms in a spreadsheet. Assume they start in cell A1 and they descend down for the next 300 cells. Basically I need to pull those terms into a single text string where the terms are comma delimited.

Any suggestions?

What I have been doing is concatenating them so they all end with a comma, copy them 25 at a time, pasting values and transposing then running a concatenate formula for the 25 terms. Do this 10-15 times to create that many comma delimited lists then concatenate those lists to create one all in one list.

Example:

The list (starting in A1) looks like this:

Dog

Cat

House

Car

Boat

Mom

Dad

but I need:

Dog,Cat,House,Car,Boat,Mom,Dad

If possible to do this with a formula please do so as my knowledge of using VBA modules is limited but if this must be done using VBA please realize that I'm in the thrid grade compared to your knowledge so please explain how to implement the module as clearly as possible.

Thanks!

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