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How to combine data from multiple cells into one cell in Excel 2010?

Posted by: admin May 14, 2020 Leave a comment

Questions:

When converting data from a text file into excel, I was able to separate the data into columns using the Delimited tab function. However, some data was split into two columns. As a result, I now have data in multiple cells for each row. I am able use a simple formula to concatenate such as:
=A1&B1

However, there is no space between the data after it is combined. How do I revise the formula to create a space between the data?

Thanks.

How to&Answers:

Try using the following instead:
=CONCATENATE(A1&” “&B1)
” ” adds a space inbetween two text you will be able to find a space between the concatenated string.

Answer:

Try using =A1&" "&B1

You can use constants in such formulae