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How to Combine Cells in Google Sheets

How to Combine Cells in Google Sheets

There are a few ways to combine cells in Google Sheets. The easiest way is to use the "CONCATENATE" function. This function will combine the text in two or more cells into one cell. The "&" symbol is used to join the cells together. For example, if you have the text "A&B" in two cells, the "CONCATENATE" function will combine them into "AB".

Another way to combine cells is to use the "MERGE" function. This function will merge two or more cells into one cell. The cells will be merged in the order that they are listed. For example, if you have the text "A" in cell A1 and the text "B" in cell A2, the "MERGE" function will combine them into "AB".

A third way to combine cells is to use the "Paste Special" function. This function will allow you to combine the cells in a variety of ways. You can merge the cells, add the cells, or average the cells. You can also choose to ignore the text in the cells or to keep the text in the cells. For example, if you have the text "A" in cell A1 and the text "B" in cell A2, the "Paste Special" function will combine them into "AB".

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