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I have a column with a load of mobile phone numbers. Some are incorrect, all should begin with a 0 but some dont. I need a formula in the next column (i.e B2) to essentially say if A2 doesnt begin with 0, add a 0 to the front and then the rest of the data after the 0, or if the data does bein with a 0, do nothing and just copy over the values as is.

so 7777888888 in A2 should be come 07777888888 in B2 after the formula. Whereas 07777888888 should stay the same in B2.
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=IF(LEFT(A1,1)="0",A1,CONCATENATE("0",A1))
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put the below formula in B2  and then drag down


=IF(LEFT(A2,1)="0",A2,CONCATENATE("0",A2))
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many thanks
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