Super Quick Method to UNSTACK One Column of Data into Multiple Columns

How convert or unstack one column of data into multiple columns using the Index and Sequence functions in Excel 365 under 5 seconds.

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Super Quick Method to UNSTACK One Column of Data into Multiple Columns

More about the SEQUENCE function:

  • Available in Excel 365
  • Using the SEQUENCE function we can generate a list of sequential numbers in an array
  • In a worksheet cell if we write =SEQUENCE(3,4) then we will generate an array that consists of 3 rows and 4 columns as shown in the image below

To create a random list of numbers in 5 rows and 6 columns we can use the following nested SEQUENCE function: =SEQUENCE(5,6,INT(RAND()100),INT(RAND()100))

Sequence function nested with INT and RAND-functions

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