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# CONCAT

## Excel How To Join or Combine Text (3 ways)

| October 3, 2023 |

Welcome to this tutorial on combining text in Excel! In this post, we will explore three different ways to join or combine text values in Excel. Whether you want to use Flash Fill, concatenation, or the TEXTJOIN function, we will cover them all. So let’s get started! Video Step-by-step Tutorial The objective of this tutorial…

## Two Easy Ways to Combine Date and Time in Excel

| October 4, 2022 |

Excel contains plenty of options that make it easy to format cell values exactly how you want them: as a number, date, currency, percentage, and so on. Often, an individual cell contains only one type of value. But, there are actually some really simple ways to combine date and time values in Excel into a…

## Excel Formulas Cheat Sheet for Beginners

| May 17, 2022 |

Excel is one of the most powerful accounting software tools out there, and most of that power comes from the ability to use Excel formulas to automate your work. When you’re first learning how to use them, it’s easy to get a little overwhelmed – luckily, this Excel formulas cheat sheet is here to help…

## CONCAT or TEXTJOIN

| July 10, 2019 |

In a previous post, we talked about how the CONCAT function joins values to create a combined text string. As a quick review, the CONCAT function is designed to replace the CONCATENATE function and supports range references as well as cell references. Well, as soon as we start playing around with CONCAT to join range…

## CONCATENATE or CONCAT

| July 1, 2019 |

Quick question: how do we combine or join values from multiple cells to create one big text string? We’ve been able to use the concatenation operator (&) or the CONCATENATE function for decades. The CONCATENATE function has been a great friend over the years, and has enabled some wonderful formulas. But, now there’s a new…