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How to club two colums text into income colum & how to **** one colum text to different columns

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  • s2fast_2furi May 11, 2010

    be more specific please!

  • Kuldeep Kumar Dubey
    Kuldeep Kumar Dubey May 11, 2010

    Hi,

    Are you referring to MS Excel for above problem?

    Please complete your question. Because if so, its very simple.

    Thanks.


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