Monthly Archives: February 2016

Excel – How to combine 2 cells into one

Do you have a column containing parts of a full name….that you’d prefer to have in a single cell?

It’s very simple to combine them with a simple Excel formulae.

Joining 2 cells

NOTE: It’s essential to include the double quote marks – and a space – to ensure the correct result.

If you need to do the reverse – split a cell into 2 or 3 (eg. for the first, middle and last name), see this article

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Choosing a new laptop

Here are the factors you need to consider when comparing models:-

Factors to consider when buying a laptop