Excel/put two rows in one
Dear Mr. Ogily,
i hope that you can help me..
i need to put two rows which have the same value in one cell into one row... the best would be at the end of the first row like below..
ID A B C
119 10 7 5
119 9 8 4
119 10 7 5 119 9 8 4
is this possible.??
thank you in advance
then in E2 you could put a formula
then select and drag fill to G2
Now select E2:G2 and drag fill down your column.
That would be my initial approach. I would need to know much more about your layout to say more than that.
If you look at the attached image, you will see that the rows you want to delete have
#N/A errors displayed in columns E, F and G. If every ID had two rows of data, then I could select columns E:F and do an copy, then paste special and values to replace the formulas with the values they produce. Then I could select column E and hit F5 to get the goto dialog - then select the special button and in the resulting dialog, select Constants, and uncheck everything except Errors and click OK. I would then have all the rows to delete selected in column E. I could then choose Delete entire rows and all the 2nd rows would be removed.
But that would work best in the situation I describe. I don't know what your situation is.
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