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Import with Carriage Return
Posted by: Jason Williams
Date: June 23, 2020 09:01AM


I am trying to import a CSV file that is being built with MS Excel. One of the cells requires a Carriage Return without the Line Break in order for the information to be displayed correctly on the website. However I am trying to avoid going to each line and manually entering Shift+Enter.

What I am doing is transferring information from a PDF to the spreadsheet and then merging columns with the CONCATENATE feature, saving the file as a CSV then dropping the columns that are no longer needed. How can I add the Carriage Return to the CONCATENATE formula? I have tried all kinds of things such as \r, '\r', "\r", `\r`, char(13). None of these work.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

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