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PhilC Regular Visitor
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Re: Conditionally combining multiple rows into one column

Hi @mikejarod 

 

Great you found a way to use the code and get it to work for you.

 

Regarding the INDEX column, it looked like the third row should be in column 5 (from the original data posted), but there was no "-" delimiter to split between column 4 and column 5 after "File Import Failure" (one row 2), I used the index and offset to bring that row up and add in the "-" so I could split on it. 

 

If it is not needed, then great, no need to have complexity if not required.

 

Cheers

 

 

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