With concatenation, you can merge two or more values from multiple cells into a single cell in your spreadsheet. Microsoft Excel offers two different ways to perform this task, and we’ll show you how to use those two methods.
A quick way to join two or more values together is by using the “&” (ampersand) operator. You specify the values you want to join with this sign, and Excel puts all your selected values in a single cell.
To use this method, first, launch your spreadsheet with Excel. Then select the cell in which you want to concatenate values.
To join two or more values by typing them, use the formula as follows. Here, replace
Makvana with the terms you want to join.
You can also take values from your cells and join them. To do so, use the following formula. Here, replace
C2 with the cell references you want to use.
You’ll notice that Excel doesn’t add a space between two values. You will have to add that space manually, and to do that, use the formula as below:
And that’s how you bring values from multiple cells together in a single cell.
To help you join your values, Excel also offers a function called
CONCAT. This function replaces the legacy
CONCATENATE function and allows you to merge your values in newer versions of Excel.
To use the function, open your spreadsheet with Excel. Then choose the cell in which you want to display the concatenation result.
If you want to specify the values in the function itself, then type the function as follows. Here, replace
Makvana with your own values that you want to join.
To add a space separating two values, manually hard-code the space in the function as follows:
You can also use cell references with this function so your values are taken from your chosen cells. Use the function as follows replacing
C2 with your cells:
To add a space between your joined values, manually add the space between your cell references, as follows:
Excel will join your referred cells and display the result in your selected cell.
Keep in mind that you’ll lose your text’s formatting when you use it in the
CONCAT function. To add your text formatting, use the
TEXT function within the
And that’s all there is to it. Enjoy merging values in your spreadsheets!
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