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  1. #1
    liner
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    Unlike the thread entitled "Hard Breaks", I want to insert one. I would like to add a hard break (ALT 010 or ALT ENTER) while concatenating. I can do it if I insert a hard break in an unused cell and then include it in the concatenation:
    =A1&A2&A3
    Where cell A2 has the hard break (ALT ENTER) inserted.

    Can I insert the hard break directly?

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    Plutonium Lounger
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    You can use

    =A1&CHAR(10)&A3

    or

    =A1&"
    "&A3


    where Alt+Enter has been pressed at the end of the first line of the formula.

  3. #3
    liner
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    [quote name='HansV' post='780496' date='18-Jun-2009 09:51']You can use

    =A1&"
    "&A3


    where Alt+Enter has been pressed at the end of the first line of the formula.[/quote]

    Hans: I tried every option EXCEPT that one. Sorry to bother you, and thanks for the help.

    A side comment for those reading this thread: If you don't have the cell set for text wrapping, you get a square where the break goes.

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