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    Lightbulb How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    For example i have an email given like : jane simon@gmail.ca, how would i remove the gap using a text function for it to be janesimon@gmail.ca ?

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    In A1 Cell

    jane simon@gmail.ca


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    =SUBSTITUTE(A1," ","")


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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    That gave me this =SUBSTITUTE([@[Email Address]]," ","") when i clicked enter, is it because i used a concatenate function to get the full name?

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    Don't click on A1, just manually type the cell address in.

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    Another way would be to highlightthat range, press CTRL H (find/replace), Find space (press the space bar), replace with nothing
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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    I just did that and it still gave me =SUBSTITUTE(e2," ",""), after i clicked enter again

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    so i highlight the range of all the spaced emails the click control H, the find/replace came up then in the find box i press the space button and in the replace i don't input any text then pressed enter, it told me it could not find what i'm looking for

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    Here you can take a look
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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    In E, why not just use...
    =Table1[[#This Row],[Firstname]]&Table1[[#This Row],[Lastname]]&"@excelstuff.ca"

    The other suggestions wont work because you are working with a formula in that cell

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    Hi sorry what does #This Row mean? And first name and last name is it the direct names ?

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    It's still didn't work

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    I think the table has a setting that only when inputed gives the correct full email address

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    Because the question says The first type of email is in the format of “FirstName_LastName@excelstuff.ca”. Add a column called “E-Mail Address” and use a nested text function to turn the “Full Name” of an employee into the desired email.

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    I put this in F2 and it worked fine in all rows.

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    Thanks a bunch all of u!

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    Quote Originally Posted by MysJee View Post
    It's still didn't work
    Your formula adds that space, so I just removed the space from your formula...
    =Table1[[#This Row],[Firstname]]&" "&Table1[[#This Row],[Lastname]]&"@excelstuff.ca"
    =Table1[[#This Row],[Firstname]]&Table1[[#This Row],[Lastname]]&"@excelstuff.ca"

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    Re: How would i join a space email address using a text function.

    You needed to format Column F by Highlighting --> Right Click---> Format Cells ----> An Select General. It will Work

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