Concatenation


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Concatenation

Another function that can be applied to text is concatenation. It can really enhance the appearance of your results if you use text and values together in a statement. Let's go to the first tab Annual Sales and instead of simply looking for an average in the next cell, let's go ahead and change these values to left justified, and then we'll replace the word Average with a formula. =" let's put some text, The average for this year is, leave a space and there's a little bit more work to do. I think I'm going to leave a second space and add a $, space, end quotes, then our concatenation operator the ampersand, and we'll use the AVERAGE function for this range, close brackets, Enter. Now I'll just click away and now you can see that the average has been entered, the numerical value that you're seeing there is actually a text value. Because we've added the result from our calculation to a piece of text, it's all considered text now.

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Concatenation
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Concatenation provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mark Swift as part of the Excel 2003 Essential Training

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Business
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Excel
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