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Examples of concatenation formulas in Excel

Concatenation refers to the operation of joining values together to create a text string. In Excel, you can concatenate with the concatenation operator, which is an ampersand (&) or by using one of several functions for concatenation.

In the screen above, the formulas used for concatenation are:

=B6&" and pears"
=B7&" apples"
="The term is "&12&" months"
="Sale ends "&TEXT(B8,"mmmm d")

Note that in the last example, we are using the TEXT function to format the date in B8 as a date in "mmm d" format.

Concatenation with functions

Excel contains three functions you can also use for concatenation: the CONCATENATE function, the CONCAT function, and the TEXTJOIN function. CONCAT and TEXTJOIN are new functions available in Office 365 and Excel 2019.

See also 
Excel foundational video course
Excel Pivot Table video training course
Excel formulas and functions video training course
Excel Shortcuts Video Course
Excel Charts video training course
Video training for Excel Tables