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Excel merge cells

Merging cells in Excel is a way of combining two or more cells into one. This can be useful when you want to combine data from multiple cells into one cell, or when you want to make your data more visually appealing.

To merge cells in Excel, first select the cells that you want to merge. Then, click the “Merge & Center” button on the toolbar. This will combine the selected cells into one cell.

If you want to unmerge cells, simply select the merged cell and click the “Unmerge Cells” button on the toolbar. This will split the merged cell back into its original cells.

– Merge Excel cells with Macro

Sub MergingCells()

Range("A1:C1").Merge

End Sub

– Merge Excel cells with Shortcut

    • Merge Cells: ALT H+M+M
    • Merge & Center: ALT H+M+C
    • Merge Across: ALT H+M+A
    • Unmerge Cells: ALT H+M+U


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Excel merge columns

– Merge Excel columns with Function
If you have two columns of data in Excel and want to merge them into one column, you can use the CONCAT function. This function will combine the data from two or more columns into one column.

To use the CONCAT function, select the cell where you want the combined data to appear. Then, enter the CONCAT function as follows:

=CONCAT(range1,range2,…)

Where range1 is the first column of data, range2 is the second column of data, and so on.

For example, if you have data in cells A1:A5 and B1:B5, you would enter the following formula in cell C1:

=CONCAT(A1:A5,B1:B5)

This would combine the data from the two columns into one column in cell C1.

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