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Tuesday, March 1, 2016
yogi_Put Data In Columns A and B Into Specified Number of Columns Of Nominally Same Height
https://productforums.google.com/forum/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=ba_notification#!topic/docs/cEOg5NiwW8A;context-place=topicsearch/Gabriel$20Cervo Show formatted list in three columns Here's what's happening:
I have a sheet with two columns. Column 1 has work orders # and Column 2 has the Location. The list has 150 rows.
I made a second sheet to display, in descending the order numbers. I used:
=sort(sheet1!A2:B150, 1, TRUE)
It worked! But it's a looooooong list and I would like to break this list in 3 columns, to display on a vertical monitor all orders at once. How can I do that, and keep it this sheet 2 always ordered descending ?