Wordwrap Text???

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  1. Real78

    Real78 Regular Member

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    Ok, I was able to get a list of keywords to use and I added the comma at the end of each word but my issue is how can I word wrap them?

    Example: KW1,KW2,KW3,KW4,etc....

    I was able to add the commas to the end of my KW in excel using code but I am trying to figure out a way to either do this in Excel or any other program like Notepad++ to wordwap. I have been searching on youtube and google with no luck. I am hoping my sister-in-law calls me back soon because she is an expert with Excel but I have been trying to do this for a few hours yesterday with no luck.

    Please anyone offer a solution I am sure some one has had this issue before.
     
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    Not sure what you are trying to do but did you check out the concatenate function in Excel?
     
  3. Real78

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    Yes and within Excel I was able to do this.
    Example: A1 Row/A40 Column (KW) then in B1 Row/B40 Column ( , ) in C cell each cell will be like so (C1-KW, C2-KW,etc.) I was able to add a comma at the end of each KW but now what I want to do is combine all the keywords with our space to wrap because that is how I need to add them to the program that I am using. I hope this explains it better.
     
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    My sister-in-law come threw and it worked.