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To use UPPER
together in Excel, you can follow these steps:
- First, decide on the text that you want to concatenate and convert to uppercase. For example, let's say you want to combine the first name and last name of a person and display it in all uppercase letters.
- In a new cell, type the CONCATENATE function and open the parentheses. This function allows you to combine two or more strings of text into one.
- Inside the parentheses, type the first text string that you want to combine. In our example, this would be the first name. Then, add an ampersand (&) to indicate that you want to add another text string.
- After the ampersand, type the second text string that you want to combine. In our example, this would be the last name.
- Close the parentheses and press Enter to see the combined text.
- To convert the combined text to uppercase, simply add the UPPER function around the entire CONCATENATE function. This will convert all the text to uppercase letters.
- Press Enter to see the final result.
Here's an example formula that combines the first name and last name of a person and displays it in all uppercase letters:
In this formula, A2 and B2 are the cells that contain the first name and last name, respectively. The space between the two text strings is added using quotation marks with a space in between.