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How to Match Formatting When Concatenating In Excel

To match formatting when concatenating in Excel, follow these steps:

  1. Select the cell where you want to concatenate the values.

  2. Type the formula "=CONCATENATE(" followed by the first cell reference.

  3. Add any text or separators you want to include between the values within double quotes, then add a comma.

  4. Type the next cell reference and add any additional text or separators as needed.

  5. Repeat step 4 for each additional cell you want to concatenate, separating each with a comma.

  6. Close the formula with a closing parenthesis ")" and press "Enter" to apply it.

By using the CONCATENATE function, you can join multiple cells into a single cell while maintaining their original formatting. If you want to include additional formatting, such as font size or color, you can use the "&" operator instead of CONCATENATE and include the formatting codes within double quotes.

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