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Wraps the provided row or column of values by rows after a specified number of elements to form a new array.

Syntax

=WRAPROWS(vector, wrap_count, [pad_with])

The WRAPROWS function syntax has the following arguments:

  • vector       The vector or reference to wrap.

  • wrap_count       The maximum number of values for each row.

  • pad_with       The value with which to pad. The default is #N/A.

Remarks

The elements of the vector are placed into a 2-dimensional array by row. Each row has wrap_count elements. The row is padded with pad_with if there are insufficient elements to fill it. If wrap_count is greater or equal to the number of elements in vector, then the vector is simply returned as the result of the function.

Errors

  • Excel returns a #VALUE when vector is not a one-dimensional array.

  • Excel returns a #NUM! when wrap_count is less than 1.

  • Excel returns a #N/A error for each cell in the return array that has no results.

Examples

Copy the example data in the following table, and paste it in cell A1 of a new Excel worksheet. If you need to, you can adjust the column widths to see all the data.

Wraps the row in range A2:G2 to an array in range A4:C6 of 3 columns. The last two missing elements return #N/A.

Data

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

Formulas

=WRAPROWS(A2:G2,3)

Wraps the row in range A2:G2 to an array in range A4:C6 of 3 columns. The last two missing elements return the pad character "x".

Data

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

Formulas

=WRAPROWS(A2:G2,3,"x")

See Also

CHOOSECOLS function

CHOOSEROWS function

WRAPCOLS function

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