# VSTACK

Formulas / VSTACK
Combine arrays vertically.
`VSTACK(array1,[array2],...)`
• array - required, the arrays to append
• array2, ... [OPTIONAL] - additional arrays to append

## Examples

• `=VSTACK(B3:C7,B11:B13)`

The VSTACK Function combines two arrays or ranges into one larger array. The VSTACK Function combines the range B3:C7 with the array constant "Color". This returns the value of the larger array.

• `=VSTACK({"Color","Qty"},B3:C7)`

The VSTACK Function combines the array constant "Color" with the range B3:C7. This returns the value of the larger array created by combining the two.

• `=VSTACK(A3:C7,A11:B13)`

The VSTACK Function can be used to combine two ranges of different sizes. The VSTACK Function combines the range A3:C7 with the range A11:B13. This returns the value of the larger array created by combining the two.

• `=VSTACK({1,2,3},{"A","B","C","D"})`

The VSTACK Function can also be used to combine two arrays of different sizes. The VSTACK Function combines the array {1,2,3} with the array {"A","B","C","D"}. This returns the value of the larger array created by combining the two.

## Summary

The VSTACK function takes multiple arrays and combines them into a single larger array. It does this by vertically appending the arrays in sequence.

• The VSTACK function can combine both arrays and ranges into a single array vertically, with subsequent arrays appended to the end of the previous arrays.
• The VSTACK function is versatile and can work with different sizes of arrays and ranges.

What is the VSTACK function?
The VSTACK function is a function in Sourcetable that vertically appends two arrays in sequence. It returns a larger array containing both of the original arrays.
What can I do with the VSTACK function?
You can use the VSTACK function to combine two or more arrays into a single array. You can also use it inside the IFERROR function to replace #N/A with a value of your choice.
How do I use the VSTACK function?
To use the VSTACK function, you must first select the two arrays that you want to combine. Then, enter the function in the formula bar and click enter. The VSTACK function will return a larger array containing both of the original arrays.
What are some tips for using the VSTACK function?
• Make sure that the two arrays you are combining have the same number of columns.
• Use the IFERROR function to replace #N/A with a value of your choice.
• You can use the VSTACK function to combine more than two arrays.
• You can use the VSTACK function to combine arrays of different sizes.