Concatenate Issue

Excel - Concatenate issue.
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I need to know why this is not working and how do I fix it.
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Ctrl+1 in cell and change numeric format from Text to General.  Select cell and with cursor in formula bar, press F2 to recalculate.

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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
Your file data looks corrupted to me. I transferred the data to a new workbook and it works fine. I also tested CONCAT and TEXTJOIN. TEXTJOIN requires OFFICE 365.

In your workbook all the data is preceded by ', I tried deleting them and replacing using Find & Replace but could not remove them. Copying to a new workbook worked for me.
Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
The formula didn't work because the column K is formatted as Text. To make it work, select whole column K and change number format to the General (as suggested by khobson) and then select cell K2, press F2 and hit Enter, the formula will calculate correctly. Then you can copy the formula down.
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