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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.
Concatenate a row with comma/space by formula Highlight the B1:J1&"," in the formula and press F9 key to replace cell references with cell contents. Note: In above formula, B1:J1 is the row you will concatenate, and "," means you will separate each cell content by comma.
Add two strings together: SELECT CONCAT('W3Schools', '.com'). Add 3 strings together: SELECT CONCAT('SQL', ' is', ' fun!' ). Add strings together (separate each string with a space character): SELECT CONCAT('SQL', ' ', 'is', ' ', 'fun!' ).
You need to type =CONCATENATE first and then populate the other fields in the formula. Pay attention to the placement of the commas and parentheses. In your formula, you will replace A2 and B2 with the cells that contain the data that you want to combine.
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.
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.
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