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Old December 2nd 04, 12:53 AM
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I have three columns containing first, middle and last names respectively. Is
there a function that will allow me to show all three names as a text string
cell? I have tried the concantate function and it works as far has putting
the text in a string, but there are no spaces between the words. How do I get
spaces between the words in the text string.
Thanks,
Butler from Tennessee

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there are no spaces between the words. How do I get
spaces between the words in the text string.


=A1&" "&B1&" "&C1

Rgds,
Andy


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Old December 2nd 04, 01:09 AM
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Hi Andy,
Your information worked like a champ. Thanks a million for your help.
Butler

"Andy Brown" wrote:

there are no spaces between the words. How do I get
spaces between the words in the text string.


=A1&" "&B1&" "&C1

Rgds,
Andy





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