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    Using Concatenate Function in Excel

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    Excel CONCATENATE function

    The CONCATENATE function in Excel allows different pieces of text to join into one or combine values from several cells into one cell.

    The syntax of Excel CONCATENATE i:

    CONCATENATE(text1, [text2], …)

    Where text is a text string, cell reference or formula-driven value.

    The following examples show the CONCATENATE FUNCTION in action:

    Example 1: Concatenating the values of several cells:

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