## TEXTJOIN function

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How to extract numbers from a cell value

The following array formula, demonstrated in cell C3, extracts all numbers from a cell value: =TEXTJOIN(, 1, TEXT(MID(B3, ROW($A$1:INDEX($A$1:$A$1000, LEN(B3))), […]

How to remove unwanted characters in a cell

Cell B3 contains a few odd characters and the formula in C3 shows the ANSI equivalent of each character in […]

Identify all characters in a cell value

Sometimes when you sort values you get unexpected results, the cause is probably unwanted characters in a cell. The same […]

How to remove numbers from a cell value

The array formula in cell C3:C7 extracts everything except numbers from cell B3. The following formula contains the TEXTJOIN function […]

Concatenate unique distinct values

The new TEXTJOIN function in excel 2016 lets you do some amazing things with arrays. This post demonstrates how to […]

How to use the TEXTJOIN function

The TEXTJOIN function is a new function for office 365 subscribers, it is like the CONCATENATE function on steroids or what the CONCATENATE function […]

Quickly concatenate values into one cell [No VBA]

Joining multiple cell values in Excel is not easy, for example, the CONCATENATE function allows you to only reference a […]

Lookup and return multiple values concatenated into one cell

This article demonstrates how to find a value in a column and concatenate corresponding values on the same row. The […]