Formatting excel account numbers

I am trying to format hundreds of account numbers with beginning and ending apostrophes and each number ending with a comma.

I have the comma added as follows:=B2&","
I have the beginning apostrophe as follows: ="'"&C2
However I am not able to get the ending apostrophe or the two above to work properly.

Data set currently has accounts as follows 100-100-100, I am looking to have all the data as '100-100-100',
I need the data in this format for SQL import.

Thank you

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manelson05Author Commented:
I think I got it


Look correct?
Ryan ChongBusiness Systems Analyst , ex-Senior Application EngineerCommented:

="'" & B2 & "', "

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manelson05Author Commented:

My expression seemed to do the same thing but I award to you since yours is cleaner and you taught me to keep the construct in the last declaration.

Thank you sir, I appreciate you!

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