Depends, what you want to achieve. You may use the MaxString()- or FirstSortedValue()-function or the like to display just one value for each field. Another idea might be to take the Concat()-function to show all possible values, separated by a definable delimiter - just making it appear like a text.
I'm trying to include a list of all values of a combination of four fields from my denormalised data, loaded from a table file. So student AE Mouse would have a list of supervisors that comprised 3 groups of data wherein each group includes the Examiner Type, Forename and Surname fields for that instance. These will be ordered by the (undisplayed) sequence number of the group. Because I have the single data source I think this means Concat isn't applicable in this case (?).
One of my colleagues with some Qv experience believes that my simplest solution would be to create a string of all supervisor type and name values (concatinating in the MS Excel sense,) prior to loading the data, rather than attempting to compile the list within the qlikview application. Does this sound reasonable in your experience?