Adding text to a formula in Microsoft Excel

You want to have text and the result of a formula in the same cell; for example the cell should say “Total Sales Made: ” followed by the result of the calculation to work out annual sales.

Starting Point: Click in the cell in which you want the result.

Script:

Type an equals sign as all formulae start with an equal sign, then type in the required text enclosed within double apostrophes, in this case: “Total Sales Made: “ Now type in an ampersand (&) sign. Now enter the relevant formula, in this case SUM(B4:B25).

Press the Enter key.

Format the cell as required.

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