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excel if statement print

Hi,

I am trying to use the if statement such that it checks for a condition in column A and returns the date and value in a cell from columns C and D respectively.
The problem is that column C is a date column and column D is a float value. The following line then forms a weird format for the date and combines it with value in column D.

=IF(D8>3,C8&" "&D8,0)

How do I rectify this?

Thanks
Shilpi
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Simon

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