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Select a blank cell (Cell E2 in our example), enter the formula =TEXT(B2,"$#,##0.00_);($#,##0.00)") (B2 is the currency cell you will concatenate) into it, and press the Enter key.
Select a cell where you want to enter the formula. Type =CONCATENATE( in that cell or in the formula bar. Press and hold Ctrl and click on each cell you want to concatenate. Release the Ctrl button, type the closing parenthesis in the formula bar and press Enter.
The concatenate function is one of Excel's text functions. It is used to join two or more words or text strings together. For example, sometimes data distributed over multiple columns in an excel spreadsheet is more efficient to use when combined into one column.
Add double quotation marks with a space between them " ". For example: =CONCATENATE("Hello", " ", "World!"). Add a space after the Text argument. For example: =CONCATENATE("Hello ", "World!"). The string "Hello " has an extra space added.
Concatenate a column with comma/space by formula 1. Select a blank cell you will place the concatenation result in, and enter the formula =CONCATENATE(TRANSPOSE(A2:A16)&",") into it. 2. Highlight the TRANSPOSE(A2:A16)&"," in the formula, and press the F9 key to replace cell reference with cell contents.
Click to select cell C1, and then copy and paste formula =A1 & " " & TEXT(B1,"0.00%") into the Formula Bar, and then press the Enter key. ... Note: B1 is the cell contains the percentage formatting, please change the cell references as you need.
Select a blank cell you will output the concatenation result, and enter the formula =CONCATENATE(TEXT(A2, "yyyy-mm-dd")," ", B2) ( A2 is the cell with date you will concatenate, and B2 is another cell you will concatenate) into it, and press the Enter key.
Select all the cells in the worksheet. Choose Cells from the Format menu. ... Make sure the Protection tab is displayed. ... Clear the Locked checkbox. Click on OK to close the dialog box. Choose Protection from the Tools menu, and then choose Protect Sheet from the submenu.
Select a cell where you want to enter the formula. Type =CONCATENATE( in that cell or in the formula bar. Press and hold Ctrl and click on each cell you want to concatenate. Release the Ctrl button, type the closing parenthesis in the formula bar and press Enter.
Type this formula =TEXT(A2,"m/dd/yy ")&TEXT(B2,"hh:mm:ss") (A2 indicates the first data in date column, B2 stands the first data in time column, you can change them as you need) into a blank cell, and press Enter key, then drag the fill handle to fill the range you want to use this formula.
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