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We have a task in hand.

Current Google Sheets look like this:

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We want to make Google Sheets look like this:

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What are we currently doing?

  1. Select all similar rows
  2. Click on format menu -> merge -> merge vertically

What is not working for us?
Our Google Sheets contains 2k rows, not possible for us to do manually for each row.

What are we excepting?
Some formula or solution where we can do this automatically.

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  • Welcome to Web Applications. It's not clear what you are looking for. Do you want to remove the duplicates or you are looking to merge cells? – Rubén May 31 at 18:22
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To remove duplicates so that you get just one copy of each unique row in the range A1:C in Sheet1, use this:

=unique(Sheet1!A1:C)

To automatically merge rows in-place so that cells with identical values span many rows vertically, you will need a script. See the mergeBlankCellsWithNonBlankCellAboveAndDrawBorders_ script for sample code.

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