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    You can achieve a similar result by using the List() function and substituting the default ¶ delimiter with your own: Substitute ( List ( Field_A ; Field_B ; Field_C ) ; ¶ ; ";" ) This assumes the fields do not contain any carriage returns - otherwise there will be more work to do. Note that empty fields will be ignored. If that's not what you want, then just do a straightforward concatenation: Field_A & ";" & Field_B & ";" & Field_C
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