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An error occurred while saving the comment Anonymous Coward supported this idea ·An error occurred while saving the comment Anonymous Coward commentedMake UDFs
SUMCOLS(x) = MMULT(SEQUENCE(1,ROWS(x),1,0),x)
SUMROWS(x) = MMULT(x,SEQUENCE(COLUMNS(x),1,1,0))

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An error occurred while saving the comment Anonymous Coward commentedCombineArraysVertically=LAMBDA(x,y,LET(m,ROWS(x),n,ROWS(y),p,COLUMNS(x),i,SEQUENCE(m+n),j,SEQUENCE(1,p),IF(i<=m,INDEX(x,i,j),INDEX(y,im,j))))
CombineArraysHorizontally=LAMBDA(x,y,TRANSPOSE(CombineArraysVertically(TRANSPOSE(x),TRANSPOSE(y))))

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Thanks for supporting the suggestion to add the Center Across Selection option to the Merge & Center dropdown. We agree this is a nice idea. Please add your vote if you’d like to see this change.
Thanks – Steve K {Excel]
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An error occurred while saving the comment Anonymous Coward commentedyes please!! even something like departments#
Apparently this has always been possible with CSE's
=MMULT(COLUMN(OFFSET($A$1,,,,ROWS(Matrix)))^0,Matrix)