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Putting Cell Contents in Footers in Excel

If you want to put the contents of a cell into the footer of an Excel document, there are a few different ways that you can do this. One way is to use the CONCATENATE function. This function will take the contents of two or more cells and combine them into one cell. For example, if you have a cell that contains the text "Hello" and another cell that contains the text "World", you can use the CONCATENATE function to combine these two cells into one cell that says "Hello World".

Another way to put the contents of a cell into the footer of an Excel document is to use the TEXT function. This function will take the contents of a cell and convert it into text. For example, if you have a cell that contains the number "42", you can use the TEXT function to convert this number into the text "Forty-Two".

Once you have the contents of a cell in the footer of your Excel document, you can format this text however you like. For example, you can change the font, size, color, or alignment of the text. You can also add borders or background colors to the footer.

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