Separating Items With Comma
i have many many cells that have text like the following:
what i would like is to have it show like the following instead (within the same cell):
i know i can do this using ALT+Enter to make the separation manually....but there are many many cells....can this be done automatically?
also, it is possible that some cells would have only 1 item so in that case, it should be left alone....
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