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CONCATENATE function: Description, Usage, Syntax, Examples and Explanation

What is CONCATENATE function in Excel? CONCATENATE function is one of TEXT functions in Microsoft Excel that is used to join two or more text strings into one string. Syntax: CONCATENATE(text1, [text2], …)For example: =CONCATENATE(“Stream population for “, A2, ” “, A3, ” is “, A4, “/mile.”) =CONCATENATE(B2, ” “,C2) Important: In Excel 2016, Excel Mobile, and Excel Online, this function has been…

Join first and last name — Manipulating NAMES in Excel

If you need to join separate first and last names together into a single full name, you can easily do so with concatenation using the ampersand (&) character. In the formula below, first is first name, and last is last name. Formula =first&” “&last Explanation In the example, the active cell contains this formula: =B4&” “&C4 How this formula works The ampersand character (&)…

Join Text Strings Using Concatenate or ‘& Operator’ in Excel

This example illustrates how to concatenate (join) strings in Excel. When joining text and a number, use the TEXT function to format that number. 1. Simply use the & operator to join strings. Note: to insert a space, use ” ” 2. The CONCATENATE function produces the exact same result. 3a. The CONCAT function in Excel 2016 produces the exact same result. 3b. The CONCAT…