There are several methods to insert New Line in Excel Cell Formula. Among them, we will demonstrate to you 4 easy and effective methods.

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## 4 Cases of New Line in Cell Formula in Excel

The following **Teacherâ€™s List** table shows columns with **ID No**, **Name**, and** Department**. We will use 4 methods to insert Excel new lines in the cell formula. Here, we used Excel 365. You can use any available Excel version.

### Case-1: Add New Line in CellÂ with Formula

Here, we will use the **CONCATENATE** function to put together the values from multiple cells, and we will insert new lines in the Excel cell formula.

âž¤ First of all, we have to type the following formula in cell **F5**.

`=B5&CHAR(10)&C5&CHAR(10)&D5`

Here, the **CHAR(10)** function helps us to insert **line breaks** in between.

âž¤ Now, we will press **ENTER**.

We can see the result in cell** F5**.

âž¤ Here, we need to wrap the text to get the view of lines. To do so, we will select cell **F5** and click on **Wrap Text**.

We can see the line break in cell **F5**.

âž¤ We will drag down the formula with the **Fill Handle** tool.

We can see that from cells** F5** to** F9** the information from multiple cells is now put together in a single cell.

Here, we increased the row height to adjust the line breaks within the cells.

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### Case-2: Using TEXTJOIN Function to Insert New Line in Cell Formula

In this method, we will use the **TEXTJOIN **function to put together the values from multiple cells and insert new lines in a cell. In Excel for Office 365, Excel 2019, and Excel 2019 for Mac, we can use the **TEXTJOIN** function.

âž¤ To begin with, we will type the following function in cell **F5**.

`=TEXTJOIN(CHAR(10),TRUE,B5:D5)Â `

Here,

**CHAR(10)****â†’**returns a carriage between each of the texts.**TRUE**â†’ triggers the formula to ignore blank cells.**B5:D5**â†’ the range to join.

âž¤ Now, press** ENTER**.

We can see the result in cell **F5**

âž¤ We will drag down the formula with the **Fill Handle** tool.

Finally, we can see that all the cells from **F5** to **F9** contain 3 lines of information in one cell.

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### Case-3: Using Replace Option

In this method, we will insert **line breaks** within a cell using the **Replace **option.

Before doing that we need to combine the information together. And here, weâ€™ll separate the combination with comma first. Later weâ€™ll **replace the comma with new line.**

âž¤ First of all, we will write the following formula in cell **F5**.

`=B5&CHAR(44)&C5&CHAR(44)&D5`

Here, the **CHAR(44)** function helps us to insert commas in between.

âž¤ Now, we will press **ENTER**.

We can see the result in cell **F5**.

âž¤ We will drag down the formula with the **Fill Handle** tool.

Finally, we can see that all the cells from **F5** to **F9** contain commas in between the information in one cell.

Now, we want to replace these commas with line breaks.

âž¤ To do so, first of all, we will select the range.

âž¤ Then, we will go to the **Home** tab > select **Editing **option > select **Find&Select **> select

**Replace **option.

Now, a **Find and Replace **window will appear.

âž¤ We will type **CHAR(44) **in the **Find what** box, and type **CHAR(10) **in the **Replace with** box.

âž¤ Click **Replace All**.

A **Microsoft Excel **window will appear.

âž¤ We will click **OK**.

Now, we can see there is no comma in between the information in the cells **F5 **to **F9**.

âž¤ Now, to see the line break in the cell, we will select cell **F5**, and we will click on **Wrap Text**.

Finally, we can see line breaks in cell** F5**.

You can do the same for the other cell following the process.

### Case-4: Formula Arguments in New Line

In the following **Teacherâ€™s List **table, we add a **Salary** column, and we will type a formula in the **Salary Type **column.

âž¤ Here, we typed the following formula in cell **F5**.

`=IF(E5>1000,"Great",IF(E5=1000,"Satisfactory",IF(E5<1000,"Bad")))`

âž¤ Now, we press **ENTER**.

We can see the result in cell **F5**.

âž¤ We will drag down the formula with the **Fill Handle **tool.

We can see the salary type in the **Salary Type **column.

âž¤ Now, if we click on cell **F5**, we see the formula in one line.

We want this formula in new lines.

To do so, place the mouse cursor ahead of the desired parameter which you are supposed to move, you can do this from the cell or in the **Formula Bar**, then, press **ALT+ENTER**.

âž¤ Here, we put our mouse cursor before **IF**, and after that, we press **ALT+ENTER**.

âž¤ Now, we press **ENTER **to complete the formula and step out of the edit mode.

Finally, we can see the formula in new lines.

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## Conclusion

Here, we tried to show you some easy and effective methods that will help you to insert new line in Excel cell formula. We hope you will find this article helpful. If you have any queries or suggestions, please feel free to know us in the comment section.

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