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Excel:  Truncate issue with formula

Posted on 2011-02-10
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Hello Experts!

Does anyone know how to properly write a formula that will show the actual format of the the two cells being combined?

Please see attached file. Example.xlsx
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=A3&" "&TEXT(T3,"0.00%")
should work.
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Use this formula:

=A3&" "&TEXT(T3,"0,00%")

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Please check the working example...
Example-1-.xlsx
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Thank you!
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