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answered 2012-02-26 11:32:42 +0200Pedro
You can concatenate the contents of several cells using & Example: A1=Bad B1=Dog C1=A1&B1 = BadDog If you want to add a space between two text Values you need to type C1=A1&" "&B1 = Bad Dog (it's a space between the double quotes)
answered 2012-03-01 13:00:33 +0200bosyber
In addition to the above answer: there is the CONCATENATE function, which is what I used so far, before seeing Pedro's answer.
Why use it as it is longer but seems to do the same? Discover-ability (for me) and being more explicit in what you are doing; would consider keeping CONCATENATE for macro's, for example.
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