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Default Concatenate with a specific number of spaces

Works like a charm, thanks Tim

"tim m" wrote:

This should work though I'm not sure if it is the most efficient way.

Create a new column in the column enter this formula

=A1&" "&B2&" "&C3&" "&D4

(Put the proper number of blanks spaces inbetween the " ")

That should give you the result you seek, then copy the formula down.

NOTE: this will only work if the rest of your data follows your first
example, as in the next data is A2,B3,C4,D5 etc.

"Derek M" wrote:

Hi all

I would like to do this in excel and wonder if its possible

In cell a1 i have 1234 in b2 i have an address in c3 i have 600.00 and in d4
i have 1

I have to have them concatenated but also i need 5 spaces after the first
cell, 4 spaces after the second and 6 spaces after the third when
concatenated (hope this makes sense)

So it would look like this in a1 eventually:

1234 47 Beufort drive 600.00 1

Hope someone might be abke to help as i have 685 lines of this to do

Thanks in advance


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