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I have a big list of items that unfortunately split the items into 2 rows but with differing values in different columns. Is there a way to combine them into 1 single row like this?

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Any help much appreciated.

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If there are never more than two rows with the same key value in column A, you can aggregate the data the way you describe with this formula in cell G1:

=query( 
  A1:E, 
  "select A, max(B), max(C), max(D), max(E) 
   where A is not null 
   group by A", 
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)

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