An interesting tool within Excel is the Fill Justify.  It allows you to select text from several rows and merge them in to one cell.

So if you have data that gets downloaded in to separate rows and want to join them up in to one sentence, then the Excel´s Fill Justify option is your savior.

See the short gif below to see how easy it is to implement.

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