i.e. if a cell looks like
How to get A, B and C into separate cells?
You've got two ways to do this:
Is there a reverse to this solution? Say I have multiple rows that I want to have linked into a single cell.
Yes if you use this formula. =[column name]@row + " " + [column name]@row. You can do this for 2 cells for sure. Unsure if more than that. In the cell you want the data to merge do = then click on the cell with the first set of data. Add a + sign. Then add + and click the second cell. The + sign pulls them together. If you require a space or other identifier between the data " " puts a space between the two or add in your identifier between the " ". We used this to combine first and last names from a data import. If you then right click the cell and annotate it to be a column Fx it will continue to do that for the entire sheet. Hope this helps.
When managing a PMO. is it considered a best practice to establish an individual workspace for each project? If this is advisable, is there a method for setting up an automated recurring backup for all projects without having to do them individually?
Hello all! I have an automation workflow set up to record a date when a particular column changes to a specified value. Essentially I need to record a date when the "Current Stage" column changes to "Reevaluate/Schedule Final". See the workflow trigger screenshot below. I created this workflow and tested it on 11/16. It…
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