How to use Concatenate Function in Microsoft Excel in Easy Way

How to use Concatenate Function in Microsoft Excel in Easy Way
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In this tutorial, we will discuss, How to use Concatenate Function in Microsoft Excel in Easy Way.  Excel has an excellent assortment of worksheet functions that can handle text. You can access these functions just where you’d expect: from the Text control in the Function Library group of the Formula tab.

How to use Concatenate Function in Microsoft Excel in Easy Way

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CONCATENATE FUNCTION

Concatenate Function use to Joining two or more cells.

The Excel Concatenate Function joins two or more text strings into one text string. CONCATENATE function, which takes up to 255 arguments. For exampleCONCATENATE(A1,B1,C1,D1).

Syntax:

=CONCATENATE (text1, text2, [text3], …)

Use & Operator: 

Example 01:

= B3[Tutorials]&C3[Ocean] return TutorialsOcean

&Operator in Excel Function

If you want to add space between text then use double commas between string.

Example 02: 

= B3[Tutorials]&” “&C3[Oceanreturn Tutorials Ocean

&Operator in Excel Function

Use Concatenate Function:

Example 01: 

  = CONCATENATE(B3,C3

Concatenate Function

 

Example 02: 

= CONCATENATE(A1, ” “,B1)

Example 03: 

Concatenate Function in Excel

 

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