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I have an excel spreadsheet with about 4500 rows and 25-30 columns. One of the columns is an "Item" column. What I want to do is add a * to beginning of every cell in that column. Should I make a new column beside it with a * in every cell and try to combine them, or should I try to get a formula that just scans the Item column and adds the * to every entry? I don't care which method I use, as long as it will get the job done. The macros I've been able to find with google all deal with single rows of data, and I don't know how to apply those to every row. A formula and/or a how to would be super helpful. And.....go?