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Combine cells and keep the cell formatting with formula 1. 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. You can see two cells are combined and the percentage formatting is kept.
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.
In Excel, select the data you want to copy, and then press Ctrl+C. Open the other Office program, click where you want to paste the data, and then press Ctrl+V. Click Paste Options next to the data, and choose how you want to paste it. Keep Source Formatting This keeps the data formatting exactly as is.
To format a number rounded to a specified number of decimal places, use the format string #,##0.00. Each 0 is a number that must be displayed, even if it is zero. Each # is a number that can be displayed if there is a digit, but will be left out if there is no digit.
Concatenate cell columns and keep text font color with VBA code. Hold down the ALT + F11 keys to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window. Click Insert > Module, and paste the following code in the Module Window.
Select the cell where you want to put the combined data. Type = and select the first cell you want to combine. Type & and use quotation marks with a space enclosed. Select the next cell you want to combine and press enter. An example formula might be =A2&" "&B2.
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.
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