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Formula for merging two Excel columns into one new column

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Need to take the information contained in two separate columns in Excel and merge them into one new column.
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You can place following in H5

=CONCATENATE(F5,"-",G5)

or

without dash

=CONCATENATE(F5,G5)

Or

a space

=CONCATENATE(F5," ",G5)
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