Consolidating lists excel 2016

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I need this concatenation for part of another formula and I would like to avoid "helper" rows, if possible. The goal is to have the output be Excel cannot directly concatenate arrays in the way you describe (i.e.simply combining them back to back.) However, there is a (complicated) solution to this problem without using helper functions. Once you have that result, you can add the two arrays of length 7 together to get the desired result. You have a worksheet with different pieces of data in different columns or rows that you need to put together into a single cell.

In the above formula, B2: B11 is the range of original data, and A2: A11 is the range that number the row in step 1. Then select a cell or range you want to create the dynamic list without blanks, and click Data Never need to worry about long long formulas in Excel anymore!

In Excel 2007, users cannot use reference to other worksheets or workbook for Data Validation criteria.

I am trying to create a formula that returns the concatenation of two arrays of different lengths.

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